Accidents happen in the pro wrestling ring. Sammy Guevara is not immune to that either. The Spanish God has been involved in a few spots that resulted in injury, but that’s just part of the risks associated with pro wrestling.

While speaking with Wrestling Inc, Sammy Guevara discussed how he’s been injured a lot of times. He has taken bumps and been hurt in front of practically zero people in the building. That being said, when he has a chance to get slammed by a golf cart on pay-per-view, he’s going for it.

“As you know, I’ve gotten hurt a lot on the independents with not a whole bunch of people watching. So the golf cart thing hurt a lot but at least a lot of people saw it. So that gives me some kind of weird mental thing where I’m like, ‘okay, it’s justified at least.’ If you look back at how [Chris] Jericho took it, he barely touched it, and I remember saying, ‘I’m gonna make this look crazy.’ And Jericho was like, ‘Nah man, just barely hit it.’ I said, okay, but in my mind, I was like, this is going to be crazy, and I was still mad at it.”

“I wanted it to look even crazier than it did. I wanted to do a helicopter spin but, it didn’t work out. Even when I got super kicked by Matt Jackson where I bent in half and nearly broke my leg, I remember I told him beforehand too because that was the only thing. I wasn’t even in that Battle Royale. All I was doing was taking a superkick. So I was like, ‘Hey Matt, I’m gonna make this look crazy.’ He’s like, ‘Alright.’ I’m like, ‘No, I’m letting you know. I’m gonna try to make this the best one you’ve ever done.’ So any kind of opportunity I get, I’m going to kill it every time.”

Sammy Guevara was also involved in a spot where Matt Hardy ended up unconscious. Reby Hardy was quite upset about that as well. This was an unfortunate accident, but that Double or Nothing match did not go as planned at all.

“The Matt stuff, a bunch of unfortunate stuff happened there. It was almost like we were cursed for a minute. We had a great one-on-one match before Double or Nothing last year. That’s what people forget. We had a great one-on-one. Nothing happened between us but then all of a sudden, stuff started happening.

“It is what it is man. People can have their opinions. That’s their right. I know who I am. It’s wrestling. This isn’t the easiest of things to do, and I know everybody wants to be safe and stuff, but this stuff is dangerous to do. As much as everyone wants to be like, ‘He’s dangerous.’ There’s a reason I’m in the ring. These people are not. What we do is very dangerous, and there’s a reason I’m doing this dangerous thing and they’re watching this dangerous thing.”

We’ll have to see what’s next for Sammy Guevara at Blood & Guts on Wednesday. That match will likely get very crazy and unpredictable as well. Let’s just hope that everyone involved can avoid serious injury.

Felix Upton

Felix Upton has been writing professionally since 1989. His first writing job was penning advertisements for local newspapers around New York. After selling his grandfather’s pinball repair shop back in 2017, he was hired on for publish news for Ringside News.

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