It were before; during the live event injury time Bray Wyatt, John Cena, Randy Orton and even AJ Styles we would have decided to throw a question or two to the WWE asking the cause for the live event injuries.
It is revealed that the former injured superstars who were sidelined because of injury have all returned to ring and now it seems that new live event injury emerges. During the recent Live Event which the WWE decided to make happen in Bangor, Maine, this weekend, a fatal injury was recorded. There were lots of matches in the live event which involved various superstars. The matches included the match of Titus O’Neil against Heath Slater.
The match turned out to be in Titus’s favor when his opponent Heath Slater sustained a fatal injury during the match. When the injury occurred, the match was stopped and Titus was considered as the winner of the match. Reports states that Heath Slater was rushed by the WWE ringside physician who then ministered treatment to him to ensure that he gets better faster and sooner.
More so, the WWE ringside physician of the person of Dr. Stephen Daquino carried out some vital tests on him and said that, “Heath has a six centimeter laceration above his right eye. It was quite open, right down to the bone. He got 18 sutures and hopefully that will close it up.”
Furthermore, other matches at the live event included Sasha Banks against Rae where Sasha won by submission, Darren Young (with Bob Backlund) beat The Miz (with Maryse) via DQ. Miz retains the Intercontinental Championship. – Rusev beat Kalisto, Cesaro and Sami Zayn in a Fatal Four-Way for the United States Championship. Rusev made Kalisto tap out to the Accolade before attempting to fold him backwards. Cesaro and Sami Zayn came to Kalisto’s rescue before the three hit a triple powerbomb on Rusev.