The Rock Tears Tendons In His Pelvis During Wrestlemania Match With John Cena | Robert Littal Presents BlackSportsOnline

The Rock Tears Tendons In His Pelvis During Wrestlemania Match With John Cena

by Robert Littal | Posted on Wednesday, April 10th, 2013
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Wrestling is scripted, but the physical part of it is very real. A lot of injuries happen, when you are throwing your bodies around, like you don’t have a care in the world.

The amazing thing, is many times, the wrestlers continue on with the match, even though most athletes would be down for the count. The Rock who doesn’t wrestle often, went on his Instagram page to let THE PEOPLE know, what he suffered midway through his match with John Cena.

Sometimes we pay the price.. Midway thru my Wrestlemania match I tore my Abdominal & Adductor tendons off my pelvis. Yup, that shit hurt;). Thank U Dr Lee Kaplan & Univ of Miami medical staff & THANK YOU to the fans for all the love/well wishes! Rehab starts in 3..2.. #bringit

In medical jargon, I don’t know exactly what it is, but it sounds painful. The Rock doesn’t have to wrestle, he has established himself in Hollywood as a pretty solid actor, but it seems, he just likes to do it from time to time and the fans love, so enjoy it while you can.

You can read our Wrestlemania wrap up here.

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  1. Hunter says:

    I think it’s funny when people call wrestling fake, especially the day after Wrestlemania when we find out Brock got knocked out, the Rock tore his tendons off, and HHH got burned by ice. I work at DISH with a few fans, and we gathered at my house to watch the show, and we must have replayed that knee to Brocks dome 10 times. It’s those moments that made me decide to start recording WWE events on my DISH Hopper DVR. It stores up to 2000 hours of recordings, so I will be able to relive these moments with the fear of my kids deleting them for Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles.

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