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Charlotte discusses how ruptured breast implants have caused her injury

In the conversation with Maria Menonous below, Charlotte explains why she has missed the past month of WWE programming and how her early breast implants have been a contributory factor.

”A couple months ago, I kept having this pain behind my shoulder blade and I was like ‘this is not normal.’ I did all my stretching, I did all the shoulder stability exercises that my trainer told me to do, like our trainers on the road… well, I finally went and had a mammogram and an ultrasound and the doctor said that I just had free floating silicone all in my chest from both implants. I ruptured both implants, is exactly what they would call it. So I just said ‘I’ve got a lot of big things coming up.’ Like, I knew I had WrestleMania, I knew I had the Body Issue, I just wasn’t going to say anything, could I just wait? And I finally got to have them re-done a little over four weeks ago. I just waited that long but the pain just got worse. I got sick a few times, so that might have been from it, like the silicone had gone all the way into my armpit.”


  • Realitycheck80

    I think at end of the day charlotte’s implants can’t take her wrestling style.

  • Rinn13

    Just a thought, but maybe don’t get implants like a dumbass bimbo, then?

  • Rinn13

    These days, they actually don’t. Back in the day, at the height of the so-called “Diva” era, yes, unfortunately, most of them did. But these days? WWE smartened up a tad, and doesn’t “recommend” the girls get them just because anymore.

  • Mike the Ike

    Kharma’s move wasn’t called the Implant Buster for nothing.

  • Realitycheck80

    Most of the divas have boob jobs. Maybe a reduction would help for the spots she does.

  • CC

    Maybe just maybe breast implants and something as physical as wrestling do not mix … now there is a surprise.
    Landing on your bloody chest after doing a moonsault when you have fake breasts is not exactly something most plastic surgeons can plan for.