WWE Legend Mick Foley Tests Positive For Covid-19 After A Virtual Autograph Signing

Mick Foley Covid-19

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Talk about a stroke of bad luck.

Wrestling legend Mick Foley revealed on Twitter that he’s tested positive for Covid-19 after a virtual autograph signing.

Yes, virtual.

The WWE Hall of Famer says it happened in December and he’s been isolated in a hotel room ever since the positive test.

“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.”

Foley explained there were only two other people in the room during the signings and he took his mask off in order to talk to fans. One of the guys assisting with the signing ended up testing positive.

Mick Foley has survived being tossed off a Hell in the Cell cage, barbed wire matches, bomb matches, and losing an ear in the middle of the ring. Surviving Covid-19 should be no problem.

Get well soon, Mick.


Foley has posted an update to his official Facebook page.

[via Comicbook.com]


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