Vader Deletes Tweet on His Health, Roderick Strong’s Theme, Daniel Bryan’s Garden

Feb 17, 2017 - by Marc Middleton

– Below is the “Next Level” theme song for WWE NXT Superstar Roderick Strong, courtesy of WWE Music:

– We noted late last year how former World Heavyweight Champion Vader took to Twitter and announced that he was suffering from congestive heart failure and that several doctors told him he had two years to live. He later revealed that a 4th doctor informed him how the “gloom and doom” diagnosis from the previous doctors may not be the case. Vader then began working out with Diamond Dallas Page in January of this year.

The former WCW United States Champion took to Twitter on Valentine’s Day and noted that he was entering into his “final days” and was grateful for the time he had. He wrote, “As I enter my final days, proud of the Father Son Brother Football player Pro WrestlerThe Super Heavy Big Man Goat Im Grateful for the Time”

That tweet has since been deleted.

– Below is the latest “Daniel Bryan’s Garden” video from The Bella Twins’ YouTube channel with the SmackDown General Manager showing how to plant a pomegranate tree:

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2 Responses

  1. Stonz says:

    See? Like I’ve been saying, I think the whole Vader/2 years to live stuff is crap. He has as long as he WANTS to live, but I’m sure they have told him he needs to take better care of himself. So it’s “Get busy livin’, or get busy dyin’…”

  2. What I don’t get is why guys like him, Dusty, Rikishi etc all stayed / stay at their morbidly obese weight well after their careers were over. They are around some of the healthiest and fittest athletes on the planet who could easily help them to a healthier lifestyle but they don’t change anything until it’s too late.

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