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Two Top WWE Superstars Reportedly Injured
- Updated: October 12, 2018
According to an exclusive report from SportsKeeda, Braun Strowman and Samoa Joe are working despite nursing different injuries. The report further adds that the injuries might have been sustained during their recent matches.
Braun Strowman looked noticeably uncomfortable during his match against Dean Ambrose this past Monday on Raw. Both WrestleVotes and Bryan Alvarez were quick to point out that the Monster Among Men may have been carrying an injury as he looked sluggish. Alvarez noted that he may have had issues with his knee but wasn’t so sure about the same.
While Strowman is the undisputed monster on Raw, Samoa Joe handles the ruthless business down at SmackDown and coincidentally, seems to be carrying an injury himself. His World Cup Qualifying match against Jeff Hardy was stopped by the referee after Joe suffered a leg injury. Now there is doubt whether the injury is real or part of the storyline but it seems to be a legitimate one according to SportsKeeda’s report.
Strowman’s knee could be injured, which explains why he has been protected in the various six-man tag team matches against the Shield. However, it could even end up being a minor knock as Strowman hasn’t backed out of his Mixed Match Challenge match.
It will be interesting to see how WWE deals with the growing number of injuries to their most bankable stars in the wake of major PPV shows being stacked in quick succession. Kevin Owens too will be out of action for 4-8 months (depending on the diagnosis) after he sustained a knee injury.
We hope Strowman and Joe haven’t picked up any long-term injuries as the WWE and more importantly, the fans need the two behemoths to perform on weekly basis. Pray to the wrestling gods folks, the injury bug may be back!