Mick Foley on Testing Positive for virus



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Mick Foley on Testing Positive for virus

Mick Foley is a legendary WWE wrestler and he recently spoke about his battle with COVID 19. COVID 19 caused a global pandemic which resulted in the deaths of millions. Many businesses had to shut down and many businesses are still closed in various states inside the US.

Mick Foley is one of the few WWE legends that recently tested positive for the highly contagious virus. Mick is known as the hardcore legenda nd is one of the most fearless wrestlers of all time. He was the first wrestler that fell from top of a Hell in A Cell onto the commentary table.

Even after that, he was involved in some seriously dangerous spots. One of them resulted in him losing half of one of his ears.

Mick Foley on Battling COVID 19

Mick tested positive for COVID 19 after the 12th of December, 2020.

He participated in a virtual signing. Mick isolated himself even before he tested positive as he had an idea that he had been exposed. He isolated himself inside a hotel room. His plan was to leave on the 4th of January after he would no longer be contagious.

Foley stated that his symptoms were very mild. He suffered from body aches, headaches, and lost his sense of smell. In a recent video, Mick encouraged people to continue wearing a mask to reduce the spread of virus. “Here are my symptoms: I can’t sleep!” Foley began.

“I never slept well, but here it is 5 am and the Hardcore Legend is wide awake complaining. If misery loves company, brother, you’ve got some company in the Hardcore Legend. Brain fog — you can’t think clearly, easily fatigued, and perhaps worst of all, or maybe worst of all, the loss of strength is incredible.

“Even when I was not exercising and I forgot or skipped doing the DDP Yoga, I was doing close to 50 push-ups, even at an advanced weight gain. Back when I was a little leaner I could reel off 60 as I did right before the Roman Reigns and Braun Strowman Hell in a Cell Match I refereed.

The one I ruined by counting to three, but in my defense, Roman did not raise his shoulder and I was taught to count like it was a shoot, but that’s besides the point. “I was getting pretty strong, closing in on 50 — boom, coronavirus hits and now I’m at 12 or 13.

You know how push-ups become increasingly more difficult? Well, every one of these push-up or more difficult! I want to warn you — urge you — to look out for each other. And believe me, you don’t want to catch this, it sucks”.