David Arquette Competes In Brutal Deathmatch Against Nick Gage

Credit David Arquette  Instagram

Credit David Arquette Instagram

TMZ caught up with former WCW World Champion David Arquette, who says he is done with death matches after a particularly brutal and bloody Game Changer Wrestling brawl with Nick Gage. The deadly bout included it's fair share of light tubes, barbed wire, steel chairs, broken tables, risky spots, and loads of blood.

The injury was inflicted due to a creative use of light tubes as improvised weapons during the fight, resulting in severe lacerations and blood loss for Arquette. He returned to the ring shortly thereafter, but, according to PWInside.com, he later went to the hospital, where he got several stitches.

Arquette did land this Diamond Cutter though.

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In September, Arquette opened up to Fox News about why he had chose to return to wrestling after an 18 year hiatus.

On Saturday, Arquette posted a series of tweets indicating he was fine.

"Turns out Death Matches aren't my thing", he also wrote. "I don't know how to really talk about it".

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