WWE: Adam Rose injured at WWE Live Event

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Adam Rose hasn't had a great time of things since moving to the WWE main roster from NXT.

The former leader of the Exotic Express has seemingly undergone several character changes in the past few months, testing out a couple at WWE house shows which aren't televised. It seems that Rose has now found one that sticks, as he has been using a 'Party Pooper' gimmick for the past few weeks on tapings of Superstars and Main Event.

Rose's luck hasn't improved that much, however, as he was apparently injured at a recent live event.


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According to a report from Nick Paglino of WrestleZone, Rose suffered an apparent concussion after colliding with Fandango during a match.

The injury took place when the two wrestlers were running the ropes and they collided after Rose was hit with a kick from Fandango.

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Rose went down and was immediately checked on by WWE’s medical staff. The match was stopped, and Rose was stretchered out as seen in the photo below:

The former Leo Kruger would go on to post a few hours later that he was okay, but something serious must have happened for him to go out like that.

Hopefully Rose will be back in action ASAP and we can see him back on television sometime soon, in his new gimmick.

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