David Arquette was struck by a scary injury during a wrestling death match in Los Angeles on Friday night, resulting…
David Arquette was struck by a scary injury during a wrestling death match in Los Angeles on Friday night, resulting in his leaving the ring as blood poured from his throat.
Arquette – who became WCW World Heavyweight Champion 2000 to promote his wrestling movie “Ready to Rumble” – was opposed to the Combat Zone Wrestling World Heavyweight Champion Nick Gage in the match at GCW’s Joey Janela LA Confidential event Friday. Gage struck him with a light bulb, and the bladder caused a cut to the Arquette throat, which began to bleed sharply.
The actor then showed that he left. He returned to the ring shortly thereafter, but according to PWInside.com he later went to the hospital, where he got several stitches.
Arquette did not respond immediately to TheWrap for comment and a status update.
You can check the match in the video below.
Early Saturday morning, Arquette assured his fans that he was good.
After the movie “Ready to Rumble”, Arquette was woven in WCW storylines in episodes of “Thunder” and “Nitro” and the pay-per-view “Slamboree” special. In 2010, he made his WWE debut on