'Hacksaw' Jim Duggan Provides Health Update Following Back-To-Back Surgeries
Duggan was diagnosed with prostate cancer last month
Jim Duggan has provided fans with an update on his health after undergoing surgery following a prostate cancer diagnosis.
The WWE Hall Of Famer announced in late October that he has been diagnosed with prostate cancer and would be going into surgery later that week, a decision that came just a week after Duggan had also undergone emergency surgery.
In an update, 'Hacksaw' says he is now back home and recovering, but has made the decision to cancel the remaining appearances he had booked for the remainder of 2021 as he focuses on his health.
In a new video posted to his social media, Duggan said: "Hi, everybody. I'd just like to give everybody a quick update after my back-to-back surgeries. Obviously, I'm home, doing well, feel much, much better.
"I also want to say thank you to everyone for the thoughts, the prayers, the good wishes. You know, folks, it's humbling to have so many people all over the world care. I tell you, it means a lot. From the bottom of my heart, I want to say thank you so much to so many folks for checking in on me.
"Also, I'd like to say I'm sorry and I hope you understand that I'm going to have to cancel the rest of the shows for this year, but we're looking forward to travelling the world next year, God willing. So, hopefully, we'll see you down the road.
"Again, thank you very much for all the good wishes and prayers. God bless and hopefully see you soon."