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Kate Lee tells everything about her “fight to the death” during WWE Hiatus

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Kate Lee disappeared on WWE as she was taken from the Elimination Chamber for paid viewing. He wanted to win the United States championship at that event, but they ruled him out of the competition for no reason. Riddl won the U.S. title by the end of the night because Bobby Lashley had to relinquish the title to become a WWE champion. Kate Lee teased that I would answer for a while, and finally that day came.

Infinite Lee posted a long YouTube video explaining what happened in his life from January until he returned to WWE. It was sitting on the sidelines for a long time and his fans began to worry about his radio silence.

Lee posted the video on YouTube, describing it as follows: “This first post took more than 13 minutes ….. I said and said very few details, but I said enough.” He managed to shorten everything to 4 minutes.

He admitted he had a contract with COVID, so he missed a few weeks in January. He then referred to the horrible comments made by fans to Mia Yim, saying, “I don’t know how things would have gone without her. I signed a contract with COVID, she didn’t.” She said the only reason she signed a contract with COVID was because of her unfortunately, this gave him the right to play in the Royal Rumble.

Kate Lee returned to a one-on-one match against Matt Riddle, then received a call that she had a problem with a blood transfusion. Something was wrong with his heart and he was forbidden to do any exercise. “There was a fear that if I did, I would get up and die.”

He took several MRIs and he began a “fight to the death.” WWE then sent him to Pittsburgh to see him, and he almost had to undergo a genetic test. “They thought I could have all sorts of heart disease.” Eventually the inflammation in his heart returned to normal. After that, he “tried to get back into shape.”

It was an open video and Keith Lee admitted that it was never clear when he would return to the ring. He thanked his supporters and said, “I don’t know what will happen at the end of the day. The idea for me is that I had the most important fight and I’m healthy.”

Kate Lee is now doing her best in the field of professional wrestling and this fight will continue. You can watch the video below to listen to his full story.

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