Stone Cold Steve Austin was recently outspoken about his hard to swallow elbow malfunction which is clammed to be directly related to wrestling from one too many off the ropes. “Olecranon Bursitis” is the specific term for the growth said Steve, he doesn’t seem to worried about it, maybe because it can be fixed easyish, but probably also having to maintain a stern manly alpha image and hide any pain and shock accruing naturally. Lucky the thing didn’t show up on his forehead. Apparently, he woke up in the morning and this monster just popped up out of nowhere during the night like a Freddy Krueger dream.
Stone Cold Steve Austin Elbow Wrestling Injury picture with potentially hard to look at photo showing an apparent common injury among wrestlers, olecranon bursitis.
Steve Austin said on his pod cast THE STEVE AUSTIN SHOW – UNLEASHED! that the lump on his arm was from “olecranon bursitis” which is a common injury among wrestlers kind of like cauliflower ear in the UFC. As bad as it looks, the way to get rid of one is suppose to be semi easy with Protection, Rest, Icing, Compression, and Elevation for acute injuries. Prevention would be one of the biggest things to do if your looking to avoid, this is enough to put down any dream I had to become a professional wrestler for good, not that it was very high on my to do list to begin with.