Former WWE Superstar Brian Knobbs Hospitalised With Multiple Health Issues

Knobbs was admitted to hospital on Wednesday

A GoFundMe page has been set-up to help pay the medical expenses for former WWE superstar Brian Knobbs, who has been admitted to hospital with major stomach issues and knee surgery.

Knobbs, best known for his time as a part of the iconic tag-team The Nasty Boys alongside Jerry Sags, is suffering with a multitude of health issues and was taken to the emergency ward on Wednesday. 

The 57-year-old, who had runs in WWE, WCW and AWA, is undergoing tests to determine the severity of his health issues. Knobbs's good friend, Fred Jung, has set up the GoFundMe in order to update fans of his condition and ask for assistance. 

Jung wrote: "Brian is facing the fight of his life, literally, because his health has taken a sudden turn for the worse.

"Just yesterday, Brian was rushed by ambulance to the emergency ward where he is going through a battery of tests to determine the severity of his major stomach issues. His doctors have expressed extreme concern and told Brian that he will probably remain in the hospital for at least the next couple of months. Coupled with his stomach issues, Brian's good knee has finally given out and requires a surgery if he hopes to walk again. 

"Brian is a proud man who has tirelessly worked his entire life to be self-sufficient. Like all of us, he has struggled through the pandemic, and just recently attempted new work travel, but the extreme pain forced him to stop. 

"Compounding his failing physical health, Brian has lost many of his closest friends in the business to health issues of their own, which has seriously dampened his mental outlook. Losing his ability to hit the road and make a living, and having Limited insurance to cover his mounting medical and household bills, Brian is humbly reaching out for help with a GoFundMe campaign.

"He's not looking for a hand out, but rather asking for a hand up to help him heal. For our good friend in need, we ask Brian's family, friends, and fans to please pitch in any contribution they can to help him through this fight for his life. 

"With deep appreciation, Brian thanks everyone for all their support and encouragement through the years, and for any donation they can possibly make to help him overcome this challenging new chapter in his life."

More information can be found at Brian's GoFundMe page here

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