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• Former WWF Champion Tests Positive For COVID-19

Former WWF Champion Mick Foley took to Twitter tonight to announce that he tested positive for Coronavirus.

Foley shared a video in which he revealed that he did a virtual signing on December 12th and caught the virus from one person who was present there. He said that there were 2 people with him in the room, and both of them were wearing masks.

However, when he took off the mask for a while, he caught the virus. The person started experiencing symptoms that night, and informed Foley about it.

Foley added that he faced body aches, loss of smell, affected hearing and got easily fatigued.

He’s been in quarantine for the past 18 days.

You can read his tweet and watch the video below:

“I tested positive for COVID following a December virtual signing, and have been isolating in a hotel room for the past 18 days.

Please continue to take this virus seriously – mask up, social distance, look out for one another.

Wishing all of you a happy, healthy new year.”

WWF Old School/WrestleFeed wishes a speedy recovery to The Hardcore Legend!

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• On This Day In Pro Wrestling History (January 1, 2008) – Old School Wrestling Jobber Passed Away

On this day in 2008, we lost Old School Wrestling Veteran Randy Barber at the age of 49 due to a heart attack.

Randy Barber did televised jobs as an enhancement talent for various promotions during the 70s and 80s, including the World Wrestling Federation (WWF), Jim Crockett Promotions (NWA), Championship Wrestling from Florida (CWF), American Wrestling Association (AWA), Mid-South Wrestling, Georgia Championship Wrestling and many others.

In 1989, Randy returned to the NWA’s #1 promotion, which was now owned by Ted Turner and renamed World Championship Wrestling (WCW), as “The Raider” but was still used solely as an enhancement talent.


March 10, 1958 – January 1, 2008

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