Independent pro wrestler Ethan Case has suffered a spinal injury.
Ethan Case is an independent wrestler from Michigan, but he often preforms in the Carolina area. Sadly, on January 21, 2022 at Title Belt Pro’s inaugural show in Charlotte, North Carolina, Ethan preformed in the main event tag match which saw Ethan and Chip Day take one James Drake and Anthony Henry. In the match, Ethan suffered a spinal injury of unknown origin. Ethan was transported to CMC Hospital in Charlotte by ambulance, where he has been admitted to determine the extent of his injury. As of now Ethan has sensation but no mobility in right arm and left leg.
He’s chalking it up to a bad bump and zero negligence on anyone’s behalf.– Ethan Case’s Father
Ethan Case owns and runs Palmetto Wrestling Academy and is said to be very positive among his students, family and extended family even in the challenging times.
Ethan is a father, and the children are being taken care of in his city of Columbia, South Carolina while he remains in Charlotte, North Carolina until doctors can advise a path to recovery. Now, a GoFundMe account has been set up to assist Ethan and his family as he recovers. Please click the link for the GoFundMe here and help reach the goal. We at BodySlamNet hope for the best recovery for Ethan Case and send love to him and his family.
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