Despite the story lines and rehearsed moves, there is still a high chance that a number of injuries can occur during anything on WWE television.
Unfortunately for three current big-names within the company, this was recently the case as they suffered injuries both in and away from WWE programming.
At the end of last night's edition of Monday Night Raw which aired live from Indianapolis, a brawl broke out between Brock Lesnar and members of The Authority, which left Jamie with three broken ribs.
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A video was later posted on WWE.com which shows Noble being taken away in an ambulance following the brawl.
In addition, Noble later took to Twitter to provide the WWE Universe with an update on his injury:
'I would like to thank WWE staff and all the fans for nice messages. I have 3 broke ribs. Couldn't breathe at first.'
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Elsewhere, during a house show event away from WWE television, Erick Rowan fell victim to yet another injury.
WWE revealed the following via their website: 'Erick Rowan sustained an injury at Friday night's Live Event in Saginaw, Mich., and he is in the process of undergoing medical evaluation.'
This all but confirms the idea that WWE is giving information about injuries before specific facts about them are actually known.
This could well be understandable as it would raise less questions as to why such superstars are not making regular appearances although, given his lack of airtime recently, it is interesting to note that the company still covered Rowan's injury on their website.
WWE have continued this trend with the case of Tyson Kidd who suffered an in-ring injury following a misplaced move from Samoa Joe at the start of this month.
Despite it taking sometime before anything was even rumoured about what specifically the injury was, WWE are still yet to fully confirm the details of it.
Earlier today, Kidd confirmed he would be receiving neck surgery as he posted this image on Twitter as well as being seen in a neck brace at the funeral of Dusty Rhodes last week.
Despite the company not revealing any specific details yet about just how long the aforementioned WWE names will be out for, the injuries sustained remind us just how real this scripted sports entertainment industry is.
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