WWE acknowledges Bray Wyatt injury, plus an eyewitness account

Logo_WWE_dnDot Net reader Pietro attended the WWE event in Milan, Italy on Wednesday and send the following notes on the injury that Bray Wyatt suffered during the main event match with Roman Reigns.

I was close to ringside and the Bray Wyatt injury happened immediately after the opening bell. The match never actually started. It looked like some sort of muscular issue, possibly to the calf, such as a tear. It reminded me of the Kevin Nash injury back in 2002.

After the match was declared a no contest, Erick Rowan and Braun Strowman attacked Reigns. The Usos and the Dudleys joined in the frame, with Bubba Ray going through a table courtesy of a Reigns spinebuster. Afterwards, Reigns took the mic and wished Wyatt a speedy recovery. Sheamus came out asking for a title match and ate a spear for his troubles.

Powell’s POV: WWE has officially confirmed that Wyatt suffered a right calif injury in a WWE.com story. They did not add any additional details regarding the severity of the injury, which may not be known at this time.

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