VIDEO: WWE Star Loses Tooth Mid-Match

VIDEO: WWE Star Loses Tooth Mid-Match WWE

A WWE star fully lost a front tooth live on television tonight (May 9), tucked it in his singlet and kept it moving!

Find out which WWE NXT star lost a tooth mid-match on tonight’s show but kept on with the fight anyway.

On tonight’s WWE NXT (May 9) there was a fun tag team match occurring between affable pair of pals Josh Briggs & Brooks Jensen and Hank Walker & Tank Ledger.

After appearing together in a TikTok to give Dani Palmer advice, the two pairs ended up bonding and making a match for tonight’s WWE NXT.

While the match was good, the most notable moment by far came when Tank Ledger appeared to lose a tooth mid-match however continue on.

With commentary noting what had happened and Vic Joseph saying that Ledger had “tucked it into his singlet” and kept with the match, if it hadn’t been mentioned it was possible that viewers could have missed it.

However the WWE social media team has you covered with the video you can see below!

In the end, the team of Walker and Ledger were unfortunately not victorious in the match, instead losing via pinfall to Briggs and Jensen with the latter picking up the pin.

You can check out the entire card for tonight’s edition of NXT below:

Bron Breakker vs. Trick Williams

Dijak vs. Ilja Dragunov

NXT Tag Team Championship – Mark Coffey & Wolfgang (c) vs. The Dyad

Gigi Dolin vs. Tiffany Stratton in the NXT Women’s Championship tournament

Lyra Valkyria vs. Kiana James in the NXT Women’s Championship tournament

Eddy Thorpe vs. Damon Kemp

Duke Hudson vs. Javier Bernal

Tyler Bate w/ Wes Lee vs. Charlie Dempsey w/ Drew Gulak

Josh Briggs & Brooks Jensen vs. Hank Walker & Tank Ledger

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1 year ago by Amanda Savage



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