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You never want to hear that. Wrestlers are over the top stars who do things that you would almost never see take place outside of the wrestling world. It makes for some outstanding and memorable moments when you see something like this take place in front of your eyes. However, there comes a point when the show is over and the wrestlers have their lives to go through. Now one legend is not having the best luck.

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The Wrestling Collection, which represents WWE Hall Of Famer Koko B. Ware, has announced that Ware is in the hospital in Mississippi with an unspecified medical condition. There are no further details including what is wrong with Ware or when he might be able to be released. Ware, 64, wrestled in the WWE from 1986-1994 and lost the first ever match on Monday Night Raw when he was defeated by Yokozuna.

@WWE Hall of Fame Inductee, @wwekokobware, is currently hospitalized with unspecified medical issues at a facility in Mississippi.?? Join us as we keep Koko and his family in our prayers this holiday season! #PrayForKoko??

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— The Wrestling Collection (@workwithtwc) December 21, 2022

Ware was a fixture for a long time. Check out some of his time in WWE:

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Opinion: You never want to hear about someone being in any kind of bad health, but this is something that could be a lot more serious depending on the situation. Hopefully Ware is back on his feet immediately because anything involving a hospital is a bad thing to see. Ware was a fun star to see anytime he was in the ring and hopefully we’ll get to see him healthy again.

What was the best part of Ware’s career? Who is similar to Ware in modern wrestling? Let us know in the comments below.

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