Being in the WWE guarantees you two things: global fame… and injuries!
If you’re a WWE hater, “Wrestling is fake” is something that you’ll have said. But any true sports entertainment fan will argue that while it’s scripted and they’re trained performers, WWE wrestling and its Superstars are real. They really are jumping from the top rope, they really are bleeding and they really do get injured. Before every show and on its website, the WWE has a disclaimer that reads: “WWE would like to remind you that its Superstars are trained professional athletes. You should never try to emulate what they do in and out of the ring. Injuries can and do happen at any time”.
Look at Seth Rollins – three weeks before defending his Heavyweight title at Survivor Series in November, he tore knee tendons. He’s had to have corrective surgery, has months of rehab ahead of him and he’s had to give up his title. “It sucks, man!” is all he’s willing to say. And he’s not alone…