Hull FC forward Joe Westerman is one tough man. Rugby players are some of the toughest dudes on the planet, and this guy proves that Rugby players have no quit in them. 

Westerman was tackled in the 77th minute of a recent match. When he rolled over, a dislocated kneecap was sticking out the side of his right leg.

What did he do about the dislocated knee? 

He slapped that thing back in place and continued playing. 

Watch below: 

“I just twisted in the tackle and Mose Masoe came in with the chop and my knee just popped out. There was no malice in the tackle or anything like that. I looked at my leg and saw my knee cap on the side and I felt like I had to just smack it back in. It wasn’t really an excruciating pain. It freaked me out more than anything because it looked so weird.”

— Joe Westerman, h/t Betfred Super League news release


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Westerman said he’ll be ready for the club’s next match against St. Helens next week. 

Rugby players are no joke. 

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