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WWE superstar Billy Graham dies aged 79 after being taken off life support

WWE legend Billy Graham has died aged 79 after battling a ‘myriad of health issues’ while on life support. 

Graham had been in the hospital for a number of months dealing with a ‘myriad of very serious health issues’ and had been in the ICU for many weeks, according to a GoFundMe page set up to help him and his family.

Graham died Wednesday after being taken off life support with his wife and daughter by his side, his family told TMZ.  

16-time World Champion Ric Flair first appeared to break the news on Twitter Wednesday night, as he posted: ‘The Superstar Billy Graham Just Left Us THANK YOU FOR ALL YOUR INFLUENCE On My Career!’ 

The WWE Hall-of-Famer hospitalized in January with an infection in his ears that spread to his ear bones and skull.

WWE legend Billy Graham has died aged 79 after battling a 'myriad of health issues'

WWE legend Billy Graham has died aged 79 after battling a ‘myriad of health issues’ 

The WWE Hall-of-Famer had been in ICU fighting his health issues on life support

The WWE Hall-of-Famer had been in ICU fighting his health issues on life support

He was also reportedly battling a number of other health issues, including acute kidney failure, congestive heart failure, diabetes, and hearing loss.

Graham’s wife, Valerie, had previously shared an update on her husband’s health on his official Facebook page on May 15, revealing she had initially refused to take him off life support. 

In an update, Valerie said, ‘Please urgent prayers needed for my husband. The doctors wanted to remove him from life support tonight. I refused.

‘He’s a fighter and his will is strong even if his body isn’t. God is our hope.’

Prior to his storied wrestling career, Graham – born Eldridge Wayne Coleman – tried out for the Canadian Football League but rose to fame through an impressive bodybuilding career. 

Beginning his wrestling career in

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