Breaking News: Bray Wyatt Injured

Bray Wyatt Injured!

It has being confirmed by WWE.com that WWE Superstar Bray Wyatt has potentially suffered a calf injury on the first event on the WWE European Tour, at a Live Event in a match with Roman Reigns. The injury, according to 411Mania.com, looked “quite nasty” as the match was immediately halted whilst WWE Officials attended to Wyatt to ascertain the severity of the injury. He was ultimately unable to continue, and was quickly assisted to the backstage area before the match then continued.

It begs the question as to whether the injury situation with the WWE will ease off anytime soon, with the earlier rumored injury of AJ Styles because the WWE roster really cannot take another major star being injured. Wyatt, spent much of the recent months as a bystander due to another rumored injury which ultimately blighted his much anticipated match with with Brock Lesnar at WrestleMania 32.

Hopefully this injury isn’t one that will hold him back for too long, because Wyatt was slowly filtering into a position which he had rightfully deserved spot. He has spent such a long time dwindling in the ranks, being almost a glorified jobber to the stars whilst maintaining the most difficult thing of all throughout this time – maintaining a fresh aspect and credibility to his character.

Bray made his main roster debut in 2012 as the patriarch of The Wyatt Family, and has held numerous high profile feuds with John Cena, Dean Ambrose and The Undertaker to name but a few. WrestleMania would ultimately see the Wyatt Family encounter the combination of The Rock and John Cena in a questionable segment on the show.

At this present time, it is early days and the severity of the injury remains to be seen because very little is known about what actually happened.

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