Someone didn’t excellently execute on “The Hitman.”
According to a new report by the Calgary Sun, WWE Hall of Famer Bret Hart has filed a $1 Million lawsuit, claiming that a recent surgery on his wrist that has done more damage than good.
From the report:
“In 1981, while performing as a professional wrestler, Mr. Hart injured his right wrist by chipping his scaphoid,” one of eight small bones in the wrist, the document says.
In 2015, Hart visited plastic surgeon Dr. Justin Yeung, and was advised to have surgery performed to repair his right wrist by a partial fusion of the wrist bones.
However, about six weeks later, Hart returned to Yeung to have three pins removed and complained about ongoing swelling and pain, as well as the fact his index finger and thumb “did not function.”
As a result of the operation:
“He is unable to participate in his previous recreational and social activities,” the statement of claim states, in listing some of the problems Hart has suffered.
“He is unable to use his right hand to pick up and functionally use objects, including pens, pencils, eating utensils and tools,” the claim says.
“He is unable to properly dress himself without assistance.”
You can see a clip of “The Hitman” below:
Ouch. This is unfortunate, considering that “The Hitman” had cancer surgery in 2016. We will continue to monitor this story and will provide updates as they become available to us.
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