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That’s a step forward. Wrestlers have to deal with a lot of issues during their careers, but some of those problems do not go away once they retire from the ring. Several health issues can continue, including some that might happen to anyone at any time. Now a wrestling legend is dealing with some serious health problems, but things might be looking a bit better.

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Earlier this month, it was announced that WWE Hall Of Famer Superstar Billy Graham had been hospitalized due to an infection, which had caused his heart to start. Graham was brought back and has improved in the time since. On Wednesday, Graham’s wife announced that Graham will soon be moved to a skilled nursing facility for rehab and physical therapy. He will also continue IV antibiotics for “a long time”. There is no word on how long Graham will be in the new facility.

Graham was a heck of a star. Check out some of his career:

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Opinion: This is certainly an upgrade as Graham getting out of a hospital is a positive sign. What matters the most is getting him to as good of a health status as possible and it seems that things are moving in the right direction. Graham has already dealt with quite a few health issues in his time and it would be great for him to make it through this one and get to a better place for once.

What do you think of Graham? What was the best part of his career? Let us know in the comments below.

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