Justin Gabriel has broken both his ankles after jumping from a plane

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Former WWE Superstar Justin Gabriel has broken both of his ankles in a BASE jumping accident in his home country of South Africa.

The former Tag Team Champion often takes part in many extreme sports competitions but the injuries are rarely this severe.


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Now known as PJ Black, he is a former King of the Mountain Champion in TNA and Lucha Underground Trios Champion with the Spanish promotion.

But as already mentioned, he also has a reputation as an adrenaline junkie and BASE (Building, Antenna, Span and/or earth) jumping has become the latest craze.


As already stated PJ has had a busy career since his WWE release back in 2014 and the injury couldn't come at a worse time for the former WWE star. 

It is not yet known how long he will be out of action for, but maybe this will be a lesson for him to not partake in extreme sports when he has a huge wrestling matches lined up.

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