Cesaro Loses Teeth at WWE No Mercy

Sep 24, 2017 - by Marc Middleton

Cesaro lost two or three front teeth as he and Sheamus lost to RAW Tag Team Champions Seth Rollins and Dean Ambrose at tonight’s WWE No Mercy pay-per-view in Los Angeles.

The incident happened as Ambrose catapulted Cesaro into the corner but he hit his mouth on the ring post. The injury did not stop or slow Cesaro down as he continued to wrestle the match for several minutes.

You can see photos of the injury with comments from two Superstars who can relate, SmackDown Women’s Champion Natalya and WWE Hall of Famer Mick Foley

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5 Responses

  1. Davey Boy Stiff says:

    OMFG CESARO!

    BEST OF LUCK TO YOU! THAT LOOKS PAINFUL AS HECK

  2. A truly sickening moment in the match but it was totally avoidable. That was all Cesaro’s fault, all he had to do was block the post with his hands but he’s known for doing stuff like this. He’s always taking DDT’s in an unnecessarily brutal way by landing right on his head instead of putting his hands out to protect himself. Hope the surgery goes well though and I’m still a huge fan of his!

  3. ryan says:

    Jesus Kyle, I think it is pretty clear it was Cesaro’s fault, no one said it wasn’t. But I think that this being his first major injury in his entire career is pretty dang impressive. It was a simple mistake and you seem to be chastising him for it.

  4. Danny Cause says:

    ‘First major injury of his entire career’? Really? Have you forgotten the torn rotator cuff that kept him out for four months and he missed Mania 32? You know, it’s like he doesn’t still wear muscle tape on his shoulder all the time since returning.

  5. ryan says:

    I was more implying that it was his first that was due to a botched spot or him over exerting himself in his ring style. Rotator cuff often tear and wear down just from working out and the typical in ring abuse. That was my fault for not clarifying what I meant

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