The last few weeks have been such a roller-coaster ride emotionally and physically that I wouldn't have survived without your emails, tweets and Facebook messages.
I feel so lucky to be constantly under the care of the wrestling community and its a great reminder of why I love this sport so very much. I apologize to you all for the lack of updates during this ordeal but hopefully this will give you a better understanding of whats going on in my life.
As many of you know I received support from several wrestlers including Mick Foley. To say it was surreal is an understatement. I couldn't count how many hours I've spent studying Cactus Jack tapes trying my best to imitate his untouchable charisma and originality in his promos. Foley made me believe I could get into wrestling and now - along with all of your help, I'm believing Ill be returning to wrestling once more.
Mick even went so far as to get me in touch with Dr. Robert Quarles, a former WWE medical coordinator who has been so unselfish with both his time and positivity. Having a doctor that understands exactly what our bodies go through in this sport has been so incredibly helpful and has kept my spirit alive.
I'm already so blessed to have your support, I need to be reminded that without the public spot light of being a professional wrestler Id be fighting this fight all on my own (Like most people). I'm already so blessed already I wouldn't feel right about taking advantage financially. If you do feel the need to help out in some capacity, you can do so by doing what you've always done and visiting www.prowrestlingtees.com/timdonst to support myself and indy wrestling.
You can also checkout the benefit variety show I'm hosting on March 20th benefiting the Children's Cancer Association covered by the Pocono Record here.
By no way does my tumor look to be that severe but understand if it was - I'm OK with that.
You all made my life absolutely worthwhile.