The former wrestling champion announced on Monday that he's battling prostate cancer.
WWE legend Bret ‘The Hitman’ Hart has taken to social media to announce to his legions of fans that he is battling prostate cancer.
Hart, 58, posted a picture of himself on Instagram with his two grandchildren on Monday (February 1st) and wrote a moving caption next to it, announcing that he’ll be having surgery in the near future as the first step to hopefully conquering his condition.
“I've had a great lifelong dance and I'm a survivor of many hard battles. I now face my toughest battle. With hesitation and fear, I openly declare myself in my fight against prostate cancer. In the next few days, I will undergo surgery with the hope of defeating this nemesis once and for all.”
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