Video: X-Pac tears his butthole, details his injury on Twitter

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Welp, here's the video of X-Pac tearing his butthole. Yes, TMZ has got it and we're posting it because why wouldn't we? The man himself also details the injury at great length. Check it, because you know you want to.

As you probably know by now -- and if you don't feel free to click here to get all learned and stuff -- Sean Waltman, the artist formerly known as X-Pac while he was working for WWE, suffered what was undoubtedly one of the worst injuries of all time when he tore his cornhole at an independent show commemorating Jerry Lynn's retirement from pro wrestling.

Now, the bloodhounds at TMZ have the footage. Here you go:

In addition to that, X-Pac took to Twitter to explain everything in detail just last night. Here's the full transcript spanning multiple tweets (via Wrestling Inc):

"Thank u everyone for the kind wishes & some funny 1 liners Im sure were hard to pass up. If u cant laugh at yourself, who canu laugh at? The video doesnt do justice to the severity of the situation. the turnbuckle wasnt covered & my landing should have been 45 degrees. I ended up landing hard & horizontal. The turnbuckle ripped me another new a hole. I kew it right away, U can see me tell ref 'tore my ass!'... I ewent to after party brieflly, but had to leave as blood starting gushing. Hotel looked like a murder scene. So much blood... Im typing in the dark. sorry for typos. Hotel security called ambulance & Dr Morken @ HCMC performed sphincterplasty to save me from having to have a colostomy bag. It hard not to laugh. So feel free to find it humorous. I did almost bleed out, before ambulance got there. I did the x factor from the top rope & 1 through a table after it happened. My concern was Jerry getting the proper send off, Not my butthole."

So ends

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