Shaquille O’Neal, an NBA star who debuted in wrestling and ended up hitting
Shaquille O’Neal It was always a show. Four times champion NBA (Three with the Los Angeles Lakers and the other with the Miami Heat), the “giant” of 2.16 meters and over 150 kg, dominated the All-Star League of his day.
Out of the sights, though still a television commentator, O’Neill appeared Wednesday evening at wrestling. And it did not go well.
The NBA superstar made his debut in All Elite Wrestling (AEW, mixed) during the 1990s and 2000s alongside Jade Cargill and scored his first victory in the ring.
But Shaq couldn’t taste the honey of Triumph.
Seconds before his partner took advantage of a competitor’s mistake, Cody Rhodes flew over the NBA championAnd the Who was leaning on the ring ropes. They both “flew” and fell on a table next to the ring.
O’Neal got the worst of it by being totally KO’d. He was taken on a stretcher to the hospital to study his physical condition.
O’Neal had to be transported from the scene of the accident on a stretcher and after the quarrel he was taken to hospital to assess his physical condition after suffering a severe blow.
In any case, the former player withdrew from the hospital in good health.