Former WWE Superstar, Marty Jannetty, has given fans an update on his current health situation after undergoing reconstructive ankle surgery.
Jannetty has had a problem with his limb for several years and took the lull in bookings thanks to COVID-19 as a chance to restore his mobility to full health. In previous interviews, the high flyer noted that had he taken time away to get it mended previously then he would have gone financially broke.
Taking to Facebook, the former Rocker gave an update on his recovery stating:
ALL IS GOOD IN DA HOOD AND HOLLY WOOD IF SHE COULD!!
It’s possibly my best Thanksgiving ever…hurts a little today but reconstructive ankle surgery was successful..4 more months and we get the other one…Thank you so much Dr Lee Mac!!
Only thing tho’ The SwagStar immediately took my crutches & wheelchair as his own..and the WagStar took my mink-chinchilla skin loofah as his new imitation glass condo second floor crash pad…BUT…
We all 3 are wishing you a Happy Thanksgiving!! Did ya hurrrrrd us??
Loves y’all all!!
Previously, AEW stars Chris Jericho and Joey Janela attempted to help the legend with funds for the operation via GoFundMe after the latter fought the stalwart during Spring Break 2017, but Jannetty was said to have refused aid.
The last time Marty competed for Battle on the Border Wrestling on June 16, 2018, when he captained Team Jannetty to a victory over Team Gonzalez.
Marty Jannetty is a former WWF Intercontinental Champion and WWF Tag Team Champion alongside the 123 Kid. The pair defeated The Quebecars for the gold on the January 10, 1994, Monday Night Raw. Their reign lasted only seven days, with Jacques and Pierre regaining the gold on a live event in Madison Square Garden.