As any wrestling fan knows, whether they want to admit it or not, the matches are predetermined. But what happens when things don't go exactly to plan? On Monday, John Levi Miller sued his opponent Clinton Woosley and the Indiana-based promoter when the bout turned a little too real.

In the lawsuit, Miller claims that Woosley was supposed to be the "heel," a name given to the designated villain or loser, during their match last June. When Woosley was invited to plan out the fight, he declined yet assured Miller that "it would be OK." However, when the two guys met in the ring, Woosley actually tried to win the match and resorted to kicking Miller so hard in the groin area that one of his testicles ruptured and had to be removed.

Even though he ended up winning the match as scripted, why exactly is Miller suing Woosley you ask? Well, with no health insurance and more than $20,000 in medical bills, we're sure that the feeling of victory can only take you so far. 

[via NBC Sports]

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