WWE Hall of Famer Superstar Billy Graham hospitalized

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Yesterday, we reported the news that WWE legend and all-around fan favourite Booker T had been hospitalized over the weekend.

Booker had to miss Monday Night Raw this week and was pictured on his wife Sharmell's Instagram account with bandages on both of his arms, while he tweeted out that the Spinaroonie had been officially retired.

Well, it seems like Booker T wasn't the only WWE Hall of Famer who was in a bad way over the past few days.


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According to a report from NoDQ.com, it has been revealed that former WWF wrestler Superstar Billy Graham was hospitalized recently and had to undergo surgery.

"GNW has been informed through his wife Valerie that former WWE Champion and WWE Hall of Famer" Superstar Billy Graham has been admitted to the Mayo Clinic due to some serious medical symptoms," Great North Wrestling wrote.

"Graham will undergo a procedure Wednesday morning to identify the cause of his medical issues."

NoDQ went on to give an update on Graham's condition:

"According to his son Joseph, Graham was hospitalized for internal bleeding but things are under control and he is expected to make a full recovery."

Graham was one of the first bodybuilders to come over to wrestling and is credited with changing the shape of wrestling in the 70s and 80s, towards wrestlers with great physiques and he can list Hulk Hogan, Jesse Ventura, and Ric Flair as proteges.

'Superstar' won the WWWF Championship once and was inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame in 2004, alongside Bobby Heenan and various others.

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