Former WWE Superstar Heads To Columbia For Controversial Treatments

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Pro wrestling can take a lot out of your body and it seems that there are medical advancements all the time that can help people overcome the long term injuries associated with the rough and tumble lifestyle of taking bumps in the ring. John Morrison is a former WWE Superstar, but now he is just known as John Hennigan since he is a free agent once again.

The former Johnny Impact updated fans last night to let them know that he’s on his way to Columbia for some stem sell treatments. He did his research and is confident that this will help his body after 18 years of taking bumps in the ring. Hopefully, it does the trick.

I am happy to announce that today, I have joined the team at @bioxcellerator_ 😎 #bioXmen😎
I’m excited to head to Medellin, Colombia, South America to receive according to my research safe and extremely advanced stem cell treatment for nagging injuries incurred over the last 18 years of making towns, bumping & feeding, & taking dudes to Slamtown 👊🏼💥 orthopedic injury to traumatic brain injury, to rare auto immune disease, If you want to become a #bioXmen or #bioXwomen, reach out to BioXcellerator and ask for my good friend David Truitt- he knows what’s what regarding stem cell treatment 🙌🏼 David guided me through my consultation with care and passion & if you’re interested in stem cells he’ll do the same for you- direct message him on his personal instagram page @iowahawksfan06 with questions or to get started‼️ Tell him I sent you! 

Hennigan could have several options in the pro wrestling world, but the last we heard he wants to concentrate on acting. The Boone The Bounty Hunter star has been picking up more acting work, but first he needed this treatment in an attempt to heal up a little bit.

Hopefully, it all pays off and he didn’t make the long trip for something that won’t work. If Hennigan is able to see a vast improvement he can possibly even go on to be a spokesperson for this technique in the United States so athletes don’t have to travel outside the country to get this treatment done.

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