Graham spent three weeks in intensive care before his death.
According to TMZ, wrestling legend Billy Graham passed away on Wednesday at the age of 79. This matter has been confirmed by Graham’s family to TMZ.
Graham’s wife, Valerie, said Monday that Graham had been in intensive care for three weeks due to various health concerns.
According to the wife, the doctors already wanted to remove the wrestler from the ventilator at that time, but the wife refused. However, the difficult decision was made on Wednesday.
Nicknamed “Superstar”, Graham was a show wrestler and bodybuilder best remembered for his WWE events. He was inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame in 2004.
In addition to his own wrestling career, Graham is remembered as a mentor to, for example, Hulk Hogan, Ric Flair, Scott Steiner, and Jesse Ventura.
According to TMZ, Graham was accompanied by his wife and daughter when he left.
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