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High School Player Ejected, Suspended for WWE-Style Powerbomb Tackle
Screenshot from Twitter: Jonathan Crompton

Maybe this kid should be giving Vince McMahon and Triple H a call instead of seeking a life in college football.

In 2017, former Tennessee quarterback Jonathan Crompton shared a video from a Tennessee high school football game, where one player went full WWE and hit one of his opponents with what can best be described as a powerbomb-like throw.

Honestly, the kid might be lucky that was all he got hit with, as the that position he got brought up into could have easily been a Jerry Lawler style piledriver.

The offending player, identified as Sevier Count defensive end Jeff Bersch by the Knoxville News-Sentinel, was ejected from the game for the throw and by rule was suspended for his team’s next game.

This post was originally published on September 30, 2017.

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