Wrestling superstar Yoshi has had a troubling month to say the least.
The former WWE star suffered a terrible injury last month in a brutal match against AJ Styles that left him fighting for his life.
Tatsu suffered a broken neck in the horrific incident and has been in hospital for the last month in a bid to recover from the two broken bones in his neck.
And it seems that things have gotten so bad for Tatsu in hospital that he is having an array of depressing thoughts. After suffering such a traumatic and life changing injury, nobody can blame him for feeling so bad, but one of his latest tweets is worrying beyond belief.
Wrestling news have reported that Tatsu at one point tweeted from his bedside recently with the shocking comments, "I wanna die."
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Are the comments for real?
At this stage it's unknown whether or not the comments were made as a joke or to be taken seriously, but either way, we wish Yoshi Tatsu all the best as he tries to recover from a truly shocking injury.
Tatsu's injury cannot really be blamed on anybody and can only be blamed on bad luck. AJ Styles, Tatsu's opponent during the incident, has spoken out about his feelings following the incident. Styles admitted to Dave Meltzer of Wrestling Observer that he 'feels horrible about what happened', according to reports.
Controversy surronds Styles' finisher
There has been a great deal of controversy surrounding Styles' finisher the Styles Clash, which was the move that broke two bones in Tatsu's neck.
Other wrestlers, including Adrian McCallum, have called for Styles to stop using the finisher, but those comments are slightly harsh on Styles. It's not his fault that he was using the move, with the promoters in Japan calling the shots. If they want him to use the finisher he has to. That's how wrestling works. Until someone bans it, he'll keep doing it.
Meanwhile, we all wish Yoshi Tatsu the best as he attempts to come back from such a terrible injury.
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