Former WWE Tag Team Champion Mo of Men on a Mission, real name Bobby Horne has now had an operation for a kidney transplant in Texas, according to WrestlingInc.

It was on Tuesday, earlier this week, that Horne would be taken to the Medical City Hospital to receive his kidney transplant.

Writing to his Facebook page, he had the following to say on his surgery announcement:

“To all my friends, fans and family. I love you all. I just received the call. I am on my way to Medical City Hospital for a kidney transplant. Please keep me in your thoughts and prayers. For the record, I am scared.”

Previous to this, Horne had sent up a crowdfunding effort on Facebook in an effort to help him cover the medical costs associated with his kidney transplant.

“Hello, I am Bobby L. Horne and I am suffering from end-stage renal failure. I am Currently on the kidney transplant list in the State of Texas. This fundraiser is to cover the astronomical cost of anti-rejection medication for the first year following a transplant. I have spent the majority of my adult life helping others and more importantly our youth. Now I need your help. Anything you can give will be greatly appreciated.”

If you would like further details on Horne’s fundraiser, you can check them out here.

As Mo, Horne wrestled with WWE from 1993-1996 with partner Mabel as Men on a Mission. They briefly held the World Tag Team Championship in April of 1994.

Check out a video of him speaking about an incident overseas he had:

Mo From Men On A Mission Shoots On An Overseas Incident w/ Shawn Michaels That Left Him Suicidal

After leaving WWE, he worked in the independents until 2006. He later returned in 2014 to work again and competed as recently as fall 2017.

Do you have any fond memories of Horne in WWE? Have you seen him perform live?

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