Noelle Foley once aspired to be a professional wrestler. However, due to a concussion, such plans have been put on hold. Unfortunately, as a result of the injuries, she has developed a rare disease that is causing her further problems.
Noelle Foley Suffering from Rare Disorder
Noelle Foley aspired to follow in her father, WWE Hall of Famer Mick Foley’s, footsteps. She was forced to sit out of training due to a concussion.
As a result, her training had to come to a stop. She’s now battling with further challenges, according to several tweets.
Foley revealed that she now suffers from hyperacusis on Twitter. It’s an uncommon disorder that causes her physical discomfort when she hears certain sounds.
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While she remains upbeat, her health has had an impact on her daily life. She’s been missing out on a lot of opportunities.
Noelle Foley Suffers from A Variety of Rare Diseases
It’s worth noting that she suffers from hyperacusis as well as tinnitus, misophonia, and phonophobia. Above all, she is unable to return to the ring or continue to practice.
Since her concussion in 2019, these issues have persisted. The good news is that she’s a participant in a clinical trial for the sickness, so there’s hope.
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The bad news is that there’s a chance Noelle Foley will never wrestle again. Her health is the most important thing to her at the end of the day.
A superstar in AEW is dealing with a different kind of in-ring injury. Below is an update from WNZ.
Aew Star Injured
Austin Gunn will be away for around 8 to 10 weeks, according to AEW. On this week’s Dynamite, Gunn battled Anthony Ogogo and was injured.
Several times during the match, Ogogo punched Gunn in the gut. Austin’s mouth began to bleed as a result of this.
The match was attempted to be stopped by the referee. Austin Gunn, on the other hand, intervened.
He then attempted a leg takedown but was unsuccessful. Ogogo would then punch Austin in the face with a pop-up punch.
The Ref Called the Match Off
The contest was called off at this point by the referee. This was only Ogogo’s second AEW appearance on Dynamite.
On the show’s April 14th episode, Ogogo’s first match was against Cole Karter. On Sunday, May 30th, the boxer-turned-wrestler will face Cody Rhodes at Double or Nothing.
Austin Gunn, on the other hand, has been in the industry for a little longer. In the summer of 2019, he signed a deal with Ring of Honor, and he’ll join AEW in early 2020.
On January 14th, during AEW Dark, Gunn teamed up with his father, the legendary Billy Gunn, in his first match. After that, they’d take on Shawn Spears and Peter Avalon.
Unfortunately, Gunn tore his PCL during the fight. He returned in early November 2020, reuniting with his father and Cody Rhodes.
Austin, his brother Colten, and his father are all members of the Gunn Club. Let’s hope he recovers quickly and returns to the ring as soon as possible.
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