Kevin Nash Shares Graphic Image, Marking End of 30 Years of Pain

December 8, 2017 Last Updated: December 8, 2017

Kevin Nash, the WWE professional wrestler, said he’s been in serious pain for more than 30 years, and he shared a graphic picture bearing resemblance to Frankenstein’s monster.

Nash, who went by the ring name Diesel, shared the image after he underwent surgery to replace a right knee that he says has pained him for decades.

“Not to pretty, but its straight. Let it heal and start training (sic),” he wrote on the heavily “liked” Instagram post. It’s “finally fixed after 33 years,” he wrote (the photo is graphic and can be viewed here or at the bottom of this article).

“Preped for surgery. Waiting to get a little something to take the edge off…..wink,wink Right knee replacement is on the way,” the 58-year-old wrote before undergoing surgery.

TMZ reported that he got 24 stables.

Nash, who is 6 feet, 10 inches, played basketball for the University of Tennessee but quit due to his knee problems, News.com.au reported. Later, he appeared in World Championship Wrestling (WCW) as well as in the WWF and WWE. He’s still signed with WWE under its Legends format.

In the mid-1990s, he teamed up with Hulk Hogan to form The New World Order in the WCW. He made a comeback in the WWE in 2011.

The picture of his knee can be seen here (Warning: graphic):

 

 

 

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