LIV Golf's Bryson DeChambeau viral rope clip gets the WWE Jim Ross treatment

Bryson DeChambeau rope incident goes viral, and receives some WWE commentary to go alongside it...

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Tue, 20 Sep 2022
LIV Golf's Bryson DeChambeau viral rope clip gets the WWE Jim Ross treatment

Bryson DeChambeau's unfortunate rope incident at LIV Golf Chicago on Sunday has now received some classic WWE commentary from Jim Ross and Jerry Lawler by a user on social media. 

Ross and Lawler are famous wrestling commentators for those none the wiser, and the clip was posted on Twitter by @ChadBlue83. 


"What the f*** guys," LIV Golf's DeChambeau could be heard saying after the rope caught him in the face. 

DeChambeau got up and went on to finish 6-under par in a tie for eighth, earning him just over half a million

Some more videos of the incident have since come to light and they have been posted to Twitter. 

DeChambeau's caddie Brian Zeigler offered his man a towel while he was kneeling to the ground in discomfort. 

Bryson then grabs the towel while raging 's***'. 

Interestingly, if you watch the clip back again, you can actually see Zeigler is the one who lifts the rope up just before it pings into DeChambeau's face.

Social media sensation Paige Spiranac has also absolutely roasted DeChambeau over the incident. 

"We all love watching sports, we don't love watching players get injured, and I saw one of the most gruesome, one of the, it makes me sick to my stomach to think about, one of the most horrendous injuries I have ever seen," says Spiranac. 

"As we know, golfers get a reputation of being 'soft' and Bryson DeChambeau proved everyone wrong.

"After a wayward, wayward drive, he was coming from the crowd back into the golf course at a staggering 1 mph. 

"The spectator rope came out of nowhere and almost decapitated him, blinded him, caught him in the face. He fell to the ground. 'I can't see, I can't see'.

"Everyone is wondering 'is he okay? is he going to get up? can he get up? can he see? is he going to live?'

"You know what Bryson did? He said 'I'm going to persevere'. He got right up, he finished his round, and he proved golfers are tough as nails.

"Thanks for being an inspiration, Bryson."

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