The threat of COVID-19 is real and is looming over everyone. The virus has spared no one from the heads of countries to actors and even professional wrestlers! We recently reported Drew McIntyre tested positive for COVID-19, and it seems like the WWE Champion isn’t the only one; WWE Hall of Famer, Mick Foley too, has tested positive!
The Hardcore Legend first broke the news over 10 days ago on Twitter he has tested positive for coronavirus. Foley explained he caught the virus following a virtual signing on December 12, 2020, despite following all safety measures.
Earlier today, Mick Foley updated fans on his condition almost a month after testing positive. Foley said it is not too bad, but admitted he gets fatigued easily and has a dizzy head. He also urged everyone to take COVID-19 seriously.
Mick Foley is self-quarantining in a hotel for the past 28 days and counting. It is really a bummer to see a legend of our beloved sport being on the sidelines due to COVID-19, but it is what it is, the virus is real and it will come for us. We have to own up and take responsibility for our lives.
The WWE Hall of Famer also joked later and said if he can get up from The Undertaker throwing him through Hell In A Cell then he can surely kick COVID-19’s butt as well.
No one is safe from COVID-19, not even wrestling! WWE Champion Drew McIntyre became the latest addition to test positive for COVID-19. In fact, Fightful Select reports there was a new COVID-19 outbreak in wrestling. This outbreak has affected almost all nationally televised promotions/brands, including WWE, AEW, and Impact Wrestling.