AEW star ‘better than ever’ after recovery from mystery ‘Maradona-like’ illness

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A wrestling star has revealed he is "better than ever" after he suddenly dropped ill from a mystery "Maradona-like" illness.

Dillon McQueen, who was trained by WWE's Cody Rhodes, told his fans he was abruptly made bed bound by a condition similar to what late footballer Diego Maradona had faced.

Medical experts were left baffled after McQueen was rushed to hospital from suffering “the worst pain of my life.”

The AEW wrestler, who is nicknamed "gaytriarch”, showed little progress after sharing to his thousands of followers that he was only able to walk a few feet two days after falling ill.

In a tweet at the time, he wrote: “I am unable to move still.

“The doctors can't explain what is going on."

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But in a miraculous turn of events, the star has announced that he has made massive strides.

On Wednesday ( May 25), McQueen issued a "major update" and said he no longer needs a walker or assistance.

He wrote on Twitter: "I will return to Pro Wrestling!

"I will be better than ever.

"This time is different I left at the top and now it’s time to destroy the ceiling!

"This time I’m taking everything.

"This time…I want it all!

"Zaddy's coming back."

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His fans have since congratulated the wrestler for his staggering recovery and said they can't wait to watch his return.

Wrestler Michelle Green said: "King. You're gonna walk all over your competition in no time, figuratively."

While another person commented: "I want to say congratulations but that word doesn't feel like it's enough."

A third user said: "Yesss you got this!!! so freakin’ happy for you! Can’t wait to see you back."

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