A pastor in California always wanted to go on the ABC game show "Wipeout" and today he is thanking the show for saving his life.
Jason Poznaks and his partner, Rondi Pouge, were dubbed the pranking pastors by the hosts of the show.
As the show's name implies, contestants wipe out, and get hit, smashed, and bruised.
After taping the show, Posnaks said he got horrible headaches, so when he got home he saw a doctor.
That's when he found out he had a brain tumor.
“There was no more room for the tumor to grow it was a fist sized tumor that they removed,” said Poznaks.
“It was definitely a godsend because it helped us find out more quickly that something was going on,” said Poznaks’ wife Natalie Poznaks.
He had the tumor removed two weeks ago, and doctors say he's recovering fine. If they had not caught it, it could have been deadly.
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