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As if worrying about getting your arms, shoulders and legs twisted in uncomfortable and dangerous positions wasn't enough, Madison (S.D.) wrestler Michael McComish had another foe trying to hurt him on Friday night: The lights.

Photo courtesy of Twitter

Mike McComish's stitches

In an amazing video posted on YouTube, the senior wrestler had just assumed the referee's position as the bottom wrestler when a huge light fixture crashed down upon him. Go to about 55 seconds into the video to see the actual incident.

Wrestling dual meets commonly darken the gym and illuminate the wrestlers with a massive light above the center of the mat. This might make them think twice about that.

McComish tweeted a picture of his head, and a brief explanation of his injuries: "Just letting everyone know I'm fine! Stitches in my head. Gash on forehead and back of me head and little cuts from the glass nothin serious."

Nothing serious? Perhaps the stitches aren't. But being afraid of things crashing down from ceilings? That's certainly serious.