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That’s better. There are all kinds of issues that can take place during the course of a wrestler’s career. Any wrestler can get hurt at any time and it can cause issues for the rest of their lives. On top of that, there are also issues that have nothing to do with the ring. Now a legend is going through one of the latter problems, but things seem to be looking up a bit.

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As announced by his wife on Facebook, WWE Hall Of Famer Superstar Billy Graham, 79, had an infection in his ears that spread to the bones in his ears. As a result, Graham “coded” and had to be brought back to life. This required Graham to have a breathing tube installed, but according to Graham’s wife, Graham is breathing on his own again and the tube could be removed this week. At the same time, Graham’s kidney functions are down due to the coding. There is no word on when he could be released from the hospital.

Graham is one of the most important names in wrestling history. Check out some of his better moments:

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Opinion: You never want to see something like this happen and hopefully Graham is able to pull through this whole thing. Graham has already had a ton of medical issues in recent years and unfortunately this is just the most recent of several. There are few names in WWE history who have been as influential or game changing as Graham, and thankfully he seems to be getting a bit better.

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