Virgil Reveals His Stage 2 Colon Cancer and Asks for Internet Financial Help

Former WWE Superstar Virgil Reveals His Stage 2 Colon Cancer On Social Media

Former WWE Superstar Virgil announced that he had been diagnosed with stage 2 colon cancer. The announcement comes after the former million dollar champion was diagnosed with dementia last month.

Virgil is a former WWE Superstar (The Sun)

He took to Twitter, where he revealed his cancer and asked fans for help and support to pay his medical bills.

It’s really shit right now. To make matters worse, I know I have stage 2 colon cancer. I am a fighter but I need your help. I can’t afford the medical bills and would like your support. https://paypal.com/pools/c/8JI7ugPF4x… love you guys

Virgil made his WWF debut in 1986 under the nickname Lucious Brown before being repackaged as the Million Dollar Man, Ted DiBiase’s bodyguard. But then defeated DiBiase for the Million Dollar Championship at SummerSlam in 1991.

He would then move to WCW, where he had a five-year tenure with the company before leaving in 2000. He made several appearances for WWE and one appearance with AEW in 2019.

Fans can help with Virgil’s medical bills by donating to his fundraiser by clicking here.

Former WWE Superstar Virgil Reveals His Whole Situation Via Social Media

Aside from the fundraiser tweet. He provided more details on how things are going in his life financially in a full description.

So that you better understand my situation, I receive $862 per month from social security. A friend lets me stay for $200 in a place he owns. With food and utilities and doctor visits, that pretty much puts me in the hole. I had to do some autographs to help out, but I was tough. It’s not a gimmick or a stunt, it’s real, and it’s hard to have to ask for help. Thank you to all of you. Michael ‘Virgil’ ‘Soultrain Jones'”

Virgil provided details of how he started to feel worse in other social media posts, which landed him in the hospital. He wrote,

“Dear Meat Sauce Mafia. I am grateful to be able to communicate something that happened to me. Unfortunately, I have some really difficult news to share. If you were wondering why I haven’t been so engaged over the past few weeks, it’s because I got some bad news. Since the Mania weekend (of all weekends), I haven’t felt so good. Something was wrong. My head, my arm and my heart. When I got back from Dallas, I ended up going to the doctor, and they found a whole bunch of problems.

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