Sean “X-PaWaltman c” Suffers Embarrassing Injury

The Wrestling-Online Newsletter is reporting that, during a match at a Jerry Lynn retirement event in Minnesota (Jerry Lynn has been going on one last global wrestling tour before his retirement), former WWE star Sean “X-Pac” Waltman inadvertently tore his anus when going for his signature Bronco Buster maneuver. During the match, Waltman would set his opponent up for the Bronco Buster, but the opponent would move out of the way and Waltman would land awkwardly on the steel cable that fastens the bottom turnbuckle to the ring post, suffering an anal-tear. Still in the dark about Waltman’s injury, his opponent would toss a steel chair at the back of Waltman. Shortly after this, Waltman would get the referee’s attention and would let the referee know that something was very wrong. Despite the excruciating injury, Waltman would continue the match, even going through a table towards the conclusion of the contest. The following is footage of the injury, courtesy of RFVideo:

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