WWE Provides Update After Wrestler Stretchered Out Of Arena

WWE Provides Update After Wrestler Stretchered Out Of Arena WWE

After the conclusion to last night’s edition of NXT (September 5), WWE has now provided a health update on a star stretchered out of the arena.

The moment came in the main event no disqualifications match betweeN Bron Breakker and Von Wagner, a match Breakker won, however, he was not content on ending the night there.

Instead he attacked Wagner with a chair before seemingly crushing his head with the ring steps.

WWE cut the footage to black so viewers could not see the footage transpire, however, afterwards fans in attendance began to upload pictures to Twitter showing some of the unseen moments of Wagner being treated by medical staff and stretchered out of the WWE Performance Center.

Now, in an update to the situation WWE uploaded a short video to Twitter showing footage of Wagner, accompanied by his manager Mr Stone, being stretchered out along with the caption:

Von Wagner is currently being taken to a local hospital for evaluation and we will provide an update when available. #WWENXT

The attack on Wagner’s skull plays into the storyline between he and Breakker, with Wagner revealing that he was born with a medical condition that required him to have surgery on his skull at just 15 months old, leading to a more prominent looking forehead.

This, according to Wagner, led to bullying when growing up and has seemingly now been weaved into the storyline with Breakker in brutal fashion.

For all the rest of the news stemming from this weeks NXT, follow this link here.

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11 months ago by Jamie Toolan


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