With two weeks until the TLC Pay-Per-View in Cleveland, the WWE could have suffered a big setback with one of their biggest matches.
Many in the WWE Universe are eagerly anticipating the second clash between the Eater of Worlds Bray Wyatt and the Lunatic Fringe Dean Ambrose.
Currently set to be the only complete Tables, Ladders and Chairs match at the event, the match could be off after an angle used on Tuesday's taping of Smackdown.
Ambrose was set to face the United States Champion Rusev on Smackdown which is set to air on Friday night.
That match however never materialised after Wyatt attacked Ambrose on the ramp using steel chairs and the steel steps.
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Ambrose was carried out of the arena on a stretcher which is a move the WWE usually use on big occasions.
It can often be seen used on a superstar set for time away from WWE TV as was seen prior to Survivor Series in the case of Randy Orton.
Of course Ambrose being carried out could be a major plan from the WWE in order to heat up the feud and continue to stack the odds against Ambrose at TLC.
Nothing has been confirmed by the WWE and as it stands right now, the match at TLC will still go ahead.
However if the stretcher was a true sign of an injury for Ambrose, one of the biggest matches at the upcoming PPV could have disappeared.
Ambrose and Wyatt climbing the ladder?
The real question is now, will the clash between Ambrose and Wyatt happen and needless to say, the WWE Universe will be very disappointed if it doesn't.
The two men have been in a headed feud ever since Wyatt returned at Hell in a Cell and attacked Ambrose.
Ambrose was on the verge of winning the main event against his former Shield brother Seth Rollins inside the demonic structure.
Ambrose and Rollins were both placed on a stretcher after a fall from the cell but the Lunatic Fringe refused medical treatment.
Clearly a lot of attention will be paid to both men come the Slammy Awards on this Monday's episode of RAW for any signs of an injury to Ambrose.