WWE injuries, doctor reacts to real wrestling injuries is the topic of today’s Dr. Chris video. In this video, I will analyze and breakdown some wrestling injuries that have occurred in the WWE over the past years. As we know, most things that that occur in wrestling and/or the WWE are fake, but sometimes real injuries happen, and some of these wrestling injuries are pretty bad.
Whether you believe it is real or not, WWE wrestling is a brutal form of physical entertainment. Yes, injuries can, and do, happen, and sometimes these wrestling injuries are quite severe, and the wrestlers suffer the consequences. In this video, I look at some of the worst WWE injuries (professional wrestling injuries) suffered by professional WWE wrestlers, and I give you a surgeon’s perspective, or an orthopedic opinion, on what I think the injuries are and how they occurred. I’ve found some serious wrestling injuries to review so let’s see what we can learn about them from an orthopedic perspective.
If you enjoyed this WWE injuries video, let me know in the comment section. I may do a part 2. If you know of any other wrestling injuries that you would like me to react to, let me know those as well. #WWEinjuries #wrestlinginjuries #WWEinjury
Joey Mercury: 1:44
Triple H: 2:52
Jeff Hardy: 5:02
Sid Vicious: 7:45
Mick Foley: 12:13
Triple H: 14:18
Kevin Nash: 17:38
Shawn Michaels: 20:17
Bret Hart: 24:36
Steve Austin: 26:06
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