Sumo wrestler dies at 28 after contracting COVID-19

Sumo wrestler dies at 28 after contracting COVID-19

A 28-year-old Japanese sumo wrestler has died from health complications after contracting COVID-19. Shobushi, whose real name was Kiyotaka Suetake, died from multiple organ failure after a bout of pneumonia. Shobushi first developed a fever on April 4, but managed to get admitted to hospital only on April 8. He had been in intensive care since April 19, and passed away on Wednesday.

Barny Fraggles
Barny Fraggles 1 weeks

Obesity is a very serious co-morbidity with this virus. Besides sumo wrestlers are insanely unhealthy, they eat 4K-10,000 calories a day to maintain that gargantuan mass and their life expectancy is over 10 years less than an average Japanese person.

Lord Flasheart
Lord Flasheart 1 weeks

Still survival of the fittest at work.

TheMadDane 1 weeks

Hmm, shouldn't headline say died of pneumonia?

Bradley 1 weeks

So confusing... did he die from pneumonia, diabetes, organ failure or the corona virus?

DevilsAdvocate 1 weeks

+ obesity

Paooul 1 weeks

So he died from pneumonia then?

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