Steve “Mongo” McMichael Hospitalized Again: Updates on TNA Wrestling News & Notes

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WCW alumnus Steve “Mongo” McMichael was hospitalized again on Wednesday.

Jarrett Payton took to Twitter to issue a statement on behalf of the WCW and NFL alumnus. He wrote,

“Steve McMichael Hospitalized
The McMichael family is asking for prayers, as Steve was hospitalized yesterday. He is currently undergoing tests. We will update his fans and the media as more information is available.

Thank you.”

He later added,

“Update on Steve McMichael: He has a urinary tract infection (UTI) and will be returning home tonight. His family wanted me to convey their gratitude for all the prayers and support.

#PrayersWork
#Bears”

We send our best wishes to McMichael for a quick and full recovery.

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Former WCW wrestler Steve “Mongo” McMichael has been hospitalized again, according to a statement issued by Jarrett Payton on behalf of McMichael’s family. McMichael is currently undergoing tests, and his family is asking for prayers and support during this time. Payton later provided an update, stating that McMichael has a urinary tract infection (UTI) and will be returning home soon. The family expressed gratitude for the prayers and support they have received.

McMichael, who is also known for his career in the NFL, has faced health challenges in recent years. In 2021, he revealed that he had been diagnosed with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), also known as Lou Gehrig’s disease. ALS is a progressive neurodegenerative disease that affects nerve cells in the brain and spinal cord, leading to muscle weakness and loss of motor function.

The news of McMichael’s hospitalization has sparked concern among fans and the wrestling community. Many have taken to social media to send their well wishes and prayers for his recovery. The hashtag #PrayersWork has been trending on Twitter as fans rally behind McMichael and his family.

Steve McMichael had a successful career in professional wrestling, particularly during his time in WCW. He was known for his charismatic personality and his role as a member of the legendary Four Horsemen stable. McMichael’s transition from football to wrestling was seamless, and he quickly became a fan favorite.

In addition to his wrestling career, McMichael had a successful run in the NFL as a defensive tackle. He played for the Chicago Bears from 1981 to 1993, earning two Pro Bowl selections and helping the team win Super Bowl XX in 1986. McMichael’s toughness and tenacity on the football field translated well to the world of professional wrestling.

While McMichael’s health struggles have been challenging, he has remained positive and resilient. He has been open about his battle with ALS and has used his platform to raise awareness and funds for research. McMichael’s fighting spirit has inspired many, and his story serves as a reminder of the importance of perseverance in the face of adversity.

As fans await further updates on McMichael’s condition, they continue to show their support and send their prayers. The wrestling community remains hopeful for his quick and full recovery. Steve “Mongo” McMichael’s contributions to both football and wrestling have left a lasting impact, and his fans are eager to see him overcome this latest health challenge.