Photo Credit: Toru Yano
The above-pictured scar came when three-time G1 Climax winner Hiroyoshi Tenzan hit Yano askew with a headbutt. Both guys apparently busted open, but Yano's wound was just a bit more severe. It didn't stop him from winning the match however, and ten stitches later, and he was able to live to tweet about. It doesn't take much to turn a work into a shoot, a couple inches here, or a slip-up there. Luckily, Yano was able to come out of it mostly intact. No matter who wins, he definitely has the most notable souvenir.
Of course, not to feel left out of the whole ordeal, one John Cena had to go and get his face rearranged as well. He took a knee from Seth Rollins in their United States Championship main event on RAW last night, and well, yeah:
Photo Credit: WWE.com
NOSES AREN'T SUPPOSED TO BEND THAT WAY, JOHN. In all seriousness, I hope Cena's alright after that collision with Rollins' knee. He may have lucked out with the broken nose, as if that sort of thing goes awry, it could lead to even worse injuries. Wrestling may be worked, but it's not fake in the least. Yano and Cena have the battle scars to show that.