WWE: Bray Wyatt was violently ill during Raw dark match

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WWE superstar Bray Wyatt will be very happy that his match against John Cena on Monday Night Raw wasn't broadcast on live television.

Wyatt instead appeared in the dark match that takes place when the televised show is over and it seems that the 'Eater of Worlds' had a rather upset stomach when he went out to entertain the crowds in Orlando.

According to reports from people in attendance at the event, well the ones who stuck around anyway, Wyatt was physically throwing up during and after the match up against Cena.

According to the Wrestling Inc, Wyatt through up in the middle of the ring and was so ill that he didn't have the strength to lift up Cena for a move, which ended up with Cena looking stunned after being dropped, with a big cut on his face to boot.

Maybe Papa Shango cast another one of his spells on the former Husky Harris. It was tweets from fans that really brought this to mainstream websites attention.

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Let's hope this was just Wyatt suffering from a stomach bug and not something more serious like a concussion. It was funny when CM Punk revealed he pooped himself in a ring before an episode of SmackDown, but it became less comedic when the cause of it was an untreated infection.

Is this the most embarrassing thing to ever happen in a WWE ring? Tell us moments from WWE's past that beats it in the comments below...

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