Denise Peterson, a wrestling fan who recently entered her third trimester of pregnancy, is desperately hoping her obstetrician will recommend a birth via Cesaro Section.
A Cesaro Section birth — or C-Section, as it is commonly known — is a procedure that requires the mother to be hoisted by her ankles and swung in circles roughly 10 times (often while nurses nearby incorrectly count aloud the number of rotations).
Should the process become uncomfortable for the mother-to-be, an anaesthetic known as a “neutralizer” is administered.
An ultrasound, however, has revealed that Peterson is having a son, and that she should expect a natural childbirth resulting in a nature boy.
Countless other female wrestling fans, meanwhile, are just hoping to get pregnant via Cesaro.