The last year has really brought many people and many markets to their knees, with the world of pro-wrestling, too, not being exempted from the many problems at an economic, management and above all moral level. In this year of pandemic concluded a few days ago, WWE has also had to face some very ugly griefs that have deeply affected the experts and fans of the federation, such as the premature deaths of Shad Gaspard and Luke Harper, both former athletes of the company of Vince McMahon who absolutely died at an age when one should think of something else, leaving two families orphaned by two wonderful men.
In addition, in the year of the pandemic, several insiders and several athletes fell ill with covid, with the very latest name of a WWE Superstar who officially confirmed his positivity, which is none other than WWE Champion Drew McIntyre.
Apparently, another name has been added to the wrestlers and former wrestlers who have caught the virus so feared around the world. This time, it is the former WWE world champion: Michelle McCool. After a silence that lasted a little longer than usual on his social pages, the former WWE ring athlete, who now enjoys family life together with the newly retired Undertaker, Michelle McCool, wanted to make it known to fans that she fell ill by covid, with her latest post on Instagram.
Michelle McCool tests positive
In her post, McCool said, "Word round here seems to spread as quickly as this virus... soooo, thank you to all who have checked on me!!! Not trying to hide it (just been too tired to post).
What I thought were my allergies, turned out to be a + COVID test earlier this week! No clue how or where I caught it! Blessed to have mild symptoms...super blessed I’m the only one in our home who has it.... & super, super blessed to have a daughter who made an 8ft long COVID Communication telephone!
I’d give anything to hug & love on her right now! Y’all stay safe & healthy!" Fortunately, as admitted by the same former wrestler seen for the last time in the WWE rings in 2018 in the PPV entirely dedicated to women, Evolution, neither her husband The Undertaker nor her 8-year-old daughter seem to have contracted the disease, with McCool that she would have tested positive without knowing how or where she could have contracted the virus.
Fortunately, McCool has only mild symptoms of the disease, with her strong state of health not allowing the virus to progress, fighting it in the bud. We wish Michelle McCool and her family to spend this period in the best possible way soon.
McCool is The Undertaker’s wife and the two have a daughter together named Kaia, who is eight years old. McCool last appeared in WWE ring during the 2018 WWE Evolution pay-per-view. Our best wishes go out to her right now.
November 3rd is the Presidential election, but early voting is already open in a lot of places. Michelle McCool made sure to perform her civic responsibility, and she did it safety. She also revealed a bit about herself in the process.