WWE have been pretty unlucky with injuries lately; not only do they currently have former WWE World Heavyweight Champion Daniel Bryan on the treatment table, but they have also been having some injury problems at live events.
Roman Reigns was injured earlier this month at a live event when he faced Randy Orton in the UK and suffered a shocking cut to his eye that only just seems to have healed, luckily the two were feuding leading up to Payback so the injury could be written into the script.
As well as that John Cena suffered an eye injury at a live event a few weeks ago, but still managed to work the Raw and Smackdown that followed, Randy Orton had to miss the episode of Raw a fortnight ago because he suffered a collar bone injury and it seems the two were pulled from this weekends live shows as a precaution so the two could continue to rehab these injuries but will still be available for tonight's Raw.
Yesterday another superstar ended up on the treatment table as the live show in Delaware pitted Los Matadores and El Torito against Hornswoggle, Heath Slater and Tyson Kidd. It seems one of Los Matadores went down early in the match and the referee put up the dreaded "X" symbol so the medical staff could take a look at him.
The match continued without him and many fans have said that it looked rushed and panicked so this obviously wasn't supposed to be a part of the match.
He was taken backstage and was later seen leaving the arena with his knee taped up and walking with crutches.
This is the latest in a long line of injures and after WWE made releases last week they can't afford to lose any more superstars because it seems their roster is stretched thin enough as it is.
As above it seems WWE are using people like Tyson Kidd and Damien Sandow to replace the two missing members of 3MB until they can figure out what they want to do with Heath Slater and Hornswoggle's feud with Los Matadores.
Either way this feud seems to have run it's course and it's almost a certainty now that it won't have a place at the Money in the Bank pay-per-view unless it's a singles match and it gives WWE a bigger problem because they only have three matches officially announced and have six other people to find for the second ladder match, meaning that they really can not afford any more injuries.
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