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Mar 14, 2013 - by Steve Gerweck
Jesse Sorensen was brought to the Lockdown PPV in San Antonio last weekend. He is close to being in cosmetic shape, but he is leery about wrestling given he was immobile for three months after his injury, reports The Wrestling Observer Newsletter.
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Tags: Lockdown, TNA, TNA PPV
Can’t do it with fear. Working scared is a good way to get yourself or someone else hurt. I wish him the best of luck in getting past this, but if he can’t it would be best for everybody for him to hang ‘em up.
thats a shame, kid never really got to shine….this is something he shouldnt rush into, if hes not sure then he should take a couple years to decide…hes still young
Nobody can blame him after what he’s had to endure since the accident. Whatever he decides to do will be the correct choice. All the best to Jesse.
if i was him, i would just retire while i can still walk and not take a change of getting re-injured in the neck to the point of permanent paralysis. hell, it’s the reason Austin and Edge aren’t wrestling anymore.
He is being smart…he shouldnt return if he is leary of seriously injuring himself for life, especially since he was in such bad shape originally…too bad because I think he had a bright future.
I’m with many of the others. If you’re scared, that’s just asking for trouble in the ring.
He wasn’t ready for the position he was given, and that more than anything else is why he was injured in the first place. His fear is justifiable.
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