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Rock beating Punk, worse than being shot in the eye!

Thomas Dotterer, who was shot in the eye has said that the outcome at last the WWE’s Royal Rumble PPV event.

77 years young Dotter had been shot in the eye at point blank range during a robbery of his family liqueur store, which he had been working for 60 plus years.

Hospitalized, in critical condition and close to death, he fortunately managed to pull through, though he may never see out of the effected eye again.

Now returned to work just 6 days after the shooting, Drotter when speaking to reporters acted as if being shot in the eye was a minor inconvenience compared to the outcome of The Rock facing CM Punk for the WWE Championship last  Sunday;


“The Rock beat Punk — did you know that? That’s the worst thing that has happened to me all week.”


The former WWE champion hearing about this sent out the following Tweet as fay of thanks to Tom Drotter;


Punk Twitter 30.01.13






Sources: Twitter, Manolith
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