Coronavirus: WWE Star Lana's Father Affected; Stephanie McMahon's Grandma No More

Coronavirus: WWE Star Lana’s Father Affected; Stephanie McMahon’s Grandma No More

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After the announcement came that Lana’s mother has been tested positive for coronavirus, the latest news is that her father is also the latest victim of the virus. Lana’s father has now also tested positive for COVID-19.

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She confirmed on Twitter that her father has the coronavirus, within just 24 hours that her mother also tested positive. In the meantime, she also mentioned an amazing fact that her parents never go outside the house but yet they got infected by the deadly virus.


“My dad tested positive for covid. Please keep my family in your prayers,” Lana said via her Twitter account.

A follow-up tweet from her, added, “My parents never go outside ……. so this is just mind-blowing”

The Ravishing Russian previously announced that her mother was in the Intensive Care Unit due to a positive coronavirus test. She also informed the WWE Universe that her mother is asthmatic who’d been taken to the Emergency Room with breathing troubles. She later tested positive for the virus and was given oxygen.


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At this point, Lana asked for WWE Universe’s thoughts and prayers for her family who’s been fighting against the deadly coronavirus. There’s still no confirmed news on whether WWE will be forced to send her into quarantine if she’s been living with her parents.

At present, Lana jas been involved in a storyline with Natalya on WWE RAW that could be put to halt if she’s absent from tapings.

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On a related note, it was informed by the McMahon family that Evelyn Edwards, Linda McMahon’s mother, passed away at the age of 93, last week. Stephanie McMahon announced the demise on Twitter although it was not clarified whether it had any connection with the coronavirus,


“Last week my 93 yr old grandmother passed peacefully, surrounded by people who love her.

One of the last things she said to me was, “Let there be love”. Love is what heals us all. To anyone who is hurting or struggling, I send my love to you.

#RIPMima Thank you for everything.”


We send our condolences to the McMahon family during these tough times. She might be gone, but her memory will live on for those people who were influenced along the way including her grandson and granddaughter who’ve been ruling the pro-wrestling circuit for years.