“Pain & Gain” Director Michael Bay on The Rock’s Injury: “He Needs to Grow Up & Stop Wrestling 300-Pound Men”

As we reported earlier today, The Rock had surgery to correct the abdominal injuries he suffered during his WrestleMania 29 match against John Cena.  Due to the surgery, The Rock missed the Los Angeles premiere of his newest film “Pain & Gain”.  Apparently the decision to skip the premiere to take care of some pro wrestling injuries doesn’t sit well with “Pain & Gain” Director Michael Bay.

At the premiere of the film last night, Bay took the time to wish The Rock a speedy recovery while also taking this stinging jab at The Rock’s future:

“Dwayne’s hurt tonight. He was pushing it too hard. [He] needs to grow up and stop wrestling 300-pound men.”

Ouch!  Surely Bay’s sentiments are likely echoed (though maybe not publically) by other Director’s who are banking on The Rock to bring home millions at the box office for their films.