I felt like mentioning this to get opinions. Sick Nick Mondo, who was forced to retire at 23 was always an interesting talent to me. CZW is generally a company i despise for the ridiculous lack of protection in it, causing way too many disgusting injuries, but Nick is someone i kinda saw something in. Nick's currently 32 i believe, so i considered in BTB having him come out of retirement but a play on things. The BTB is called National Wrestling Federation, so NWF Official Lanny Poffo would constantly check on him to make sure he doesn't bleed. Somewhat comical saying if he even has a nose bleed he's done. I was wondering if anyone who is aware of Nick's condition, if he could possibly wrestle if he took it lightly. (I couldn't find a lot of his actual injuries aside from back puncture wounds.)
I was very young when he retired so what I do know is based from stuff with I've read and listened to after seeing his matches and becoming a fan, thus researching him per se. Besides his last injury, the back puncture wounds that he suffered at Tournament Of Death 2 in 2003, the majority of his injuries were minor - I say minor, I mean broken wrists, grade one concussions, lacerations etc. Based on the accumulation of his injuries plus the severity of his final injury, I'd say he could probably work an extended programme (ala. Rock vs. Cena) with very few matches. Wrestling every week or even every month, however, wouldn't be realistic whatsoever.
Although, I would love to read some Mondo matches based in modern day, just to simply read how their opponents would take advantage of his previous injuries and whatever, could definitely make for an interesting dynamic in matches and add several layers to the feuds and the matches themselves, similar to HHH vs. HBK at Summerslam 2002 and the way Triple H targeted Shawn's back, for example. So from a personal standpoint, I'd love to see it, and I wouldn't say it was impossible. I presume it's much more of a lifestyle choice by Mondo rather than a life necessity, if that makes sense.