WWE NEWS: Another Serious Injury Occurred Involving A Popular Superstar – See Painful Details…

WWE always sound a note of warning to viewers at home never to try it at home “Don’t try this at home” the moves are risky and hazardous once which could result to horrific situations. A good instance is from payback one week ago at WWE Enzo Amore and Big Cass, been the one competitors for WWE Tag-Team championship.

A simple move by Simon Gotch Vaudevillians throwing Amore into the ropes and he was suppose to go directly under the ropes just as simple and normal like baseball slide.

Apparently Gotch was throne so hard that his neck snapped against the bottom rope causing Amore to fall unconsciously. The crowd went cold suddenly because Amore wasn’t moving at all on the floor. This move as simple as it is done wrongly would have great consequences.

That was Amore’s case and similarly Samoa Joe who was busted at NXT Takeover Dallas against Finn Balor medicals where warned to be extra careful just because of it level of severe damage, it happens especially to wrestlers that are just learning a particular skill.

On Friday, Kenneth Crawford tried spring boarding during NXT house show but slipped and landed very badly in the ring afterwards Noah Kekoa pinned him while the referee called for help on Crawford behalf.

Crawford was been stretched out and according to report he was said to have been communicating but was unable to move his arms or legs. A fan told F4Wonline that he was flown out for medical treatments.

The cause of Crawford injury was an awful attempted springboard, now here comes the question “Was springboard necessary in the match?” Although wrestlers always want to entertain their audience and perform spectacular moves, but in other hands these actions are most times not necessary.

Considering the issues of injuries here and there, here is an updated list of those on injury, those retired Bray Wyatt, Daniel Bryan, Enzo Amore, John Cena, Luke Harper, Neville, Nikki Bella, Randy Orton, Seth Rollins, Sting and Tyson Kidd. Also at not considering WWE NXT, where Hideo Itami and Dana Brooke sustained injuries earlier this year.

The two wrestlers have been missed so far and currently there is no update on their reture from injuries. This is not actually helping but it won’t stop nor change that’s not surprising though because they all know what they are getting into while signing into WWE. The big question now is who is to be blame intense Schedule of Pro wrestler or the moves of WWE superstars themselves?