Tony Hawk Tweets X-Ray Photos of Gruesome Finger Injury, Says Ring Was Cut Off

Megan ArmstrongSenior Analyst IIIJune 10, 2020

SANTA MONICA, CALIFORNIA - FEBRUARY 21:  Pro-skater Tony Hawk  on the IMDb Series “Special Skills” in Los Angeles, California.  This episode of “Special Skills” airs on February 25, 2020.  (Photo by Rich Polk/Getty Images for IMDb)
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Skateboard legend Tony Hawk suffered a gruesome dislocated finger over the weekend that required his wedding ring to be cut off before his bones were set "to their full upright and locked position," he revealed alongside his X-rays Wednesday:

"And I still love my job," the 52-year-old noted.

Hawk has suffered much worse while skating such as a broken pelvis, fractured skull and over 20 concussions, according to CNBC's Lucy Handley.

Hawk has won 10 X Games gold medals, per the event's official website, and made history there over the years:

By 25 years old, Hawk won 73 of the 103 professional contests he had participated in.

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