The famous professional wrestler, Jake the Snake Roberts is in somewhat of a medical dilemma. He is in a hospital and currently undergoing treatment for double pneumonia.
The python-carrying wrestler, Jake the Snake Roberts, was taken to a Las Vegas hospital in a critical condition on Wednesday. Later on he was diagnosed with double pneumonia by the doctors at the medical facility.
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Now 59-year-old Jake is no ordinary WWE veteran. His name has gone down in the Hall of Fame. While travelling en route from Atlanta, Georgia to Las Vegas, Nevada, he started feeling queasy.
He was taken to the nearest hospital upon disembarking from the plane. Ever since that moment in time, Jake has been alternating between being wide awake and being in a drowsy condition.
Another wrestler, Sinn Bodhi, who is a pal of Jake, is by his side currently. He reported that Jake had seen a physician a fortnight ago and he had been told that he had a case of influenza and ought to take it easy.
According to the friend of Jake, who is himself a wrestler, Jake had thought that it was nothing serious although he had been in severe pain.
Hopefully, he had thought, the flu would go away in time. However, things turned out to be not so simple and now Jake was stuck in the intensive care unit.
His immunity has especially been hit hard and so matters have to be handled with extreme care and precautions by the doctors. The general practitioners at the medical complex Jake is convalescing in are allowing him to rest and recuperate fully.
Meanwhile, they are busy doing various blood tests and organ analyses which will lead to a cure of this malady that Jake has contracted through sheer hard luck.
The sidekick of Jake, whose name is Sinn Bodhi, has said that everybody is trying to look on the bright side and praying for Jake’s recovery from the temporary illness.
It is a tragedy that such a strong and powerful fighter, who regularly defeats opponents in the ring, is currently in a state of weakness and helplessness. We all wish him a quick recovery and the best in matters of future health and wellness.