TNA star AJ “AJ Styles” Styles, who is also known as AJ Styles The Show, has been diagnosed with an aggressive form of leukemia.
A report from TMZ said Styles, 34, is suffering from the rare cancer known as Kaposi sarcoma.
The TMZ report was posted Friday.
Styles was diagnosed with the cancer in August and underwent surgery, TMZ reported.
His mother, Lisa Marie, released a statement on Instagram Friday.
“I know it’s been a long road, but I’m ready to share the journey with everyone,” she wrote.
“The truth is, AJ is doing OK.
He is in great spirits.
He loves the people of TNA.
The cancer has been going on for over two years.
I have great respect for him and his family, and I hope you know that they will continue to fight for him to recover and for him, our fans and the WWE Universe to feel the love he has for the fans. “
He is doing well and his spirits are high.
In July, the WWE said that it had lost another member of its Talent Relations team. “
We have been so blessed to have such a great fan base in TNA, and we are all just grateful for the support.”
In July, the WWE said that it had lost another member of its Talent Relations team.
Johnathan “Big Show” Jackson died on July 25 of lymphoma.
The WWE released a video in June that said the company was “deeply saddened and deeply saddened by the passing of Big Show,” who was part of a group of wrestlers who worked under the WWE.
It also said that he passed away at the age of 33.