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Yoshi Tatsu Continuing To Experience Issues Following Broken Neck

Posted By: Kenny Williams on Feb 09, 2015
Source: Twitter.com

Former WWE Superstar Yoshi Tatsu has posted on his official Twitter page that he is continuing to experience major issues stemming from a broken neck that he suffered after a botched Styles Clash from AJ Styles that took place at the New Japan Pro Wrestling Power Struggle internet pay-per-view event in November of last year.

Below is text of the tweets sent out by Tatsu, which have been roughly translated due to Tatsu posting only in Japanese.

"Yabe, suddenly skull, at the same time bloodshed as woke up to remember the severe pain in the left front of the hole, was the skull is squeak. Zette was Zure! Odd crying pulled feeling. Sugeite! This is probably pretty valuable experience! Now, I was pressed nurse call. it is possible When you live."

"I can not walk, can not sit, it is not accustomed to the side, it hurts odd, not sleepy,"

"Here because not a emergency hospital, always’m not there are teacher. The bloodshed from the right front. I want to call ambulance seriously."

"Nurse! What 'be! Has collected blood to the brain', and me measured blood pressure, probably no meaning When seemed do not have teacher (laughs). Do better that the only Well I be opponent! ?"

"To tell the truth I have worn halo vest since 10 weeks. And I have 4 holes on my skull. I was bleeding from 2 of them last night. So…"

Tags: #njpw

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