Wrestlemania 2013 proved dangerous for star wrestler Paul Michael Levesque known to his fans as “Triple H”. Apparently, a cloud of fog-like smoke was supposed to provide concealment for Triple H to traverse as he walked toward the ring.
Such fog is sometimes produced by sublimating dry ice, which can give off fog without producing any liquid as it warms from -109 F to -69 F. For some unknown reason, chips of dry ice ended up sticking to Triple H’s bare arms and torso. The frozen carbon will cause burning via frost bite when exposed to bare skin.
Triple H tried to ignore the chips of dry ice stuck to his body and engage in the competition. However, as time went on, the white patches of ice on his body continued burning him and increasing the pain he was experiencing.
Triple H later tweeted his fans that he suffered second degree burns from the prolonged exposure to the dry ice on his torso and arms. In another unexpected turn of events, the WWE welcomed Donald Trump to the Hall of Fame amid boos by fans from the moment his name was mentioned. Fans also had no use for his son and booed him as well. However, the Trump’s lovely Ivanka was greeted warmly.
WrestleMania Burns: Triple H Suffers Second Degree Burns From Dry Ice at WWE Event (VIDEO)
WrestleMania Burns Caused By Dry Ice, Says Triple H
Photo: WrestleMania burns blamed on dry ice