Tevita Bryce: 28-Year-Old Rugby Player Collapses On Field 2 Months After Facebook Post From Wife Telling They’re Getting Vaccinated

The COVID World post date: November 8th, 2021

NEW JERSEY – A healthy 28-year-old rugby player collapsed on Saturday, October 23rd during a match and was declared clinically dead after having no heartbeat for 28 minutes. Tevita Bryce was rushed to hospital with no pulse and emergency surgery was performed to remove a blood clot that had traveled to his heart. He miraculously survived the incident which came only two months after his wife posted on Facebook that they had booked their vaccine appointment.

On August 13th, Tevita’s wife, Ashley, reacted to a CNN video on Facebook about a father pleading with people to get vaccinated after his baby was hospitalized with COVID-19. She posted that she and her husband were getting the vaccine the next day to do their part and “protect the community:”

I can’t even imagine it. This breaks my heart!

That is why we as a couple booked our vaccine appointment’s for tomorrow and is doing our part to protect the community.

Around two months later, on October 23rd, Tevita was playing for Montclair Rugby against Morris Rugby in a New Jersey men’s league semifinal match. With about 15 minutes left to play, Tevita kicked the ball and collapsed. He suffered a seizure, a stroke, and a major heart attack. Trained first responders on the opposing team began CPR as ambulances arrived and he was rushed to St. Clare’s Denville Hospital with no pulse.

Ashley posted this on Facebook a day after the incident:

However, Tevita survived and was admitted to the ICU. He had a stent put in his heart but was still cracking jokes, like:

“I love my wife too much. That’s why I had a heart attack.”

Born in Tonga, Tevita migrated to New Zealand with his mother at age 4. He received a rugby scholarship to Rissho University in Saitama, Japan, from which he graduated with a bachelor’s degree in social welfare and rehabilitation. 

That’s where he met Ashley, a California native who was visiting the country. They fell in love, and after trying the long-distance thing, he got his green card. Two days after they married in 2019, Tevita had to move back to New Zealand to care for his mother, who had terminal colon cancer. The couple settled in Totowa in July to be close to Ashley’s family, now based in New York.

Not only does he have to worry about his physical recovery, but he’s facing a financial battle too, after his near-death experience.

You can support Tevita on GoFundMe.

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Zoe
Zoe
2 months ago

Isn’t if weird asking people to fund your jab injury? Go to the company that manufactured these bioweapons and beg them for money. Honestly any non jabbed person who thinks to donate to these people who took the jabs without knowing what was in them should think twice. They should contact the CDC and FDA and ask those employees to donate to their go fund me account since they are the most responsible for unleashing this bioweapon on the masses.

Last edited 2 months ago by Zoe
KrissMac
KrissMac
Reply to  Zoe
2 months ago

Exactly. They should be asking the drug makers and the alphabet soup government agencies to fund them during his recovery and perhaps for life. Good job overbearing agencies, now we have a whole population of shot-damaged people that need financial support.

pam
pam
Reply to  Zoe
2 months ago

Some of these people don’t even have enough decency to admit it was a “jab injury” so others could be warned.

Redpill
Redpill
2 months ago

Did the pleading Dad or others in the househod get the shot? Consideing at the (VRBPAC) meeting on Nov2, it was stated that the shot sheds. Dad needs to look in the mirror.

jacquelynsauriol
jacquelynsauriol
2 months ago

Yes, we are on the hook for this, helping the vaccine injured, those of us that can still work. You will have to kill me FIRST to jab me, and I am a peaceful person.

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