Rugby Star Has Testicle Removed After Refusing To Leave Game With Rupture Injury

Rugby Star Has Testicle Removed After Refusing To Leave Game With Rupture Injury
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A rugby league star may have metaphorically had balls of steel, but anatomically did not, as he continued to play after rupturing one of his testicles during a cup final match.


Warrington Wolves prop forward Paul Wood calmly took himself to have his testicle removed after the game.

Mr Wood, who celebrates his 31st birthday on Wednesday, took a knee to the groin early in the second half of the match at Old Trafford, but finished the game and even appeared in a post match interview where he made no mention of his injury.

The worst part of the whole situation? His team LOST!

Stephen Willard | Elite.

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