The WWE's newest faction may have suffered their first injury blow as the League of Nations seems to have lost a member.
Comprised of superstars from Ireland, England, Bulgaria and Mexico, the League of Nations hasn't quite been dominating as many would have expected.
In the last two clashes between former WWE World Heavyweight Champion Sheamus and his former challenger Roman Reigns, the Irishman's team mates have been involved.
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Alberto Del Rio and Rusev have played a big part in the last two WWE World Heavyweight Championship matches, but the fourth man missing is King Barrett.
Barrett hasn't wrestled on TV for several weeks now and it has recently been reported that there is a deeper reason.
Rumours have emerged that Barrett has suffered an injury that the WWE are trying to keep quiet.
This would explain his absence from RAW and Smackdown and the fact that all we have seen of him was as a background presence amongst the rest of the League of Nations.
Barrett hasn't competed on screen for a number of weeks and if he is injured, it hasn't stopped the former Intercontinental Champion from travelling with the rest of the stars.
With WWE seemingly trying to keep any possible injury quiet, that does mean that there is also no official date for his return.
We can only assume that he will simply just come out for a match as normal when he is declared fit once again and then he could once again be put into a feud.
Not really taking over?
The League of Nations looked very impressive when they first formed and it looked like a great idea for a heel faction who could take over the WWE.
Since then though, Sheamus has lost the WWE World Heavyweight Championship while Rusev has been largely losing to Ryback.
Is it possible that the WWE's newest faction already needs a new addition already?
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