The Heyman Hustle has posted an exclusive, absolute MUST READ story written by Heyman himself in which Brock Lesnar responds to recent media demands that he remain quiet about health care and focus on fighting. Due to their time spent together in WWE, it's obvious that Paul Heyman and Brock Lesnar's friendship has remained close through the years, and Heyman brings up a point comparing the surgery suggested for Brock to an amputation. Below is a highlight from the article, and you can read the rest by CLICKING HERE.
"You can't undo a major surgery," Heyman said. "If the doctors in Canada had decided to amputate one of Brock's arms or legs, the damage they would be doing to his career would be the same as the surgery they wanted to perform. "I entered the hospital around 4am on a Saturday morning," Brock recalls, "and I spent two nights there. No one talks about that. Their CT machine was broken, and they were waiting for a replacement. They could not take a picture of my stomach. If they would have had the ability to take the picture, they would have seen I had holes inside me. If I stayed at that Canadian hospital, at best I would have been retired and would have to wear a colostomy bag. At worst, I could have died."