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Health & Fitness David Arquette changed his ways after near-death wrestling accident

09:05  13 august  2020
09:05  13 august  2020 Source:   msn.com

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David Arquette says his ' near - death experience' after having neck slashed during a 2018 wrestling match taught him to 'stop being self-destructive'. Risk-taker: David spoke about the 'daredevil aspect about the way I lived life' prior to the accident . Seen here in 2018. The veteran actor added he's no

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David Arquette turned his back on his daredevil lifestyle after almost losing his life in a professional wrestling accident in 2018.

The Scream star decided to put his wrestling skills to the test by stepping into the ring for a so-called 'death match' against Nick Gage, but the clash turned into a blood bath after Arquette was stabbed in the neck with a piece of broken glass from a light bulb stunt.

Arquette played down the incident at the time but required emergency medical attention, and subsequently admitted he was 'lucky to be alive'.

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Actor David Arquette opens up about his transition from acting in hit movies like 'Scream' and 'Ready to Rumble' to wrestling champion. It happened during a promotional match for Game Changer Wrestling at Joey Janela's LA Confidential. Arquette was facing off against wrestler Nick FN Gage.

David Arquette is in the hospital and recovering from injuries he sustained in a " wrestling death His sister, Rosanna Arquette , commented on the photo writing, “You are scaring me Davey… bloody Offers may be subject to change without notice. Privacy Policythis link opens in a new tab Terms of

Now the father of three, who endured a troubled childhood, battles with substance abuse, and the loss of his sibling, Alexis, in 2016, has revealed his brush with death was a big wake-up call and forced him to reevaluate his priorities.

"I thought I was dying," the 48-year-old recounted to People magazine.

"I got out of the ring and I was totally lost. I couldn't see and I couldn't hear," he recalled.

"There was a certain carefree, daredevil aspect about the way I lived life previously," he continued, "But I didn't want to die. With the death match, I was doing it on purpose. I was feeling pain to numb pain. Afterwards, I realised I needed to be kind to myself."

Arquette began undergoing therapy to work through the personal issues of his past, and it's done wonders for his mental wellbeing: "I learned to love myself," he said.

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David Arquette is in the hospital and recovering from injuries he sustained in a “ wrestling death match.” The Scream actor, 47, was involved in a Arquette added he didn’t have intentions to train for another match, writing, “I also want to apologize to the professional wrestling world for any negative

Arquette 's neck was sliced by shards from broken tube lights and poured blood during a Deathmatch put on by Game Changer Wrestling at LA A savage professional wrestling match between actor David Arquette and Nick Gage left the Scream star covered in blood after shards of glass sliced his

"I'm not invincible and there have been times in my life where I didn't want to go on," Arquette confessed: "But I'm proud of my kids, I'm proud of my wife, and I'm proud of my family. And when you start to like yourself, it's easier to feel at peace."


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