Monday Night Raw's current main event scene is very clustered due to Seth Rollins' brand new stable.
The Monday Night Messiah has recruited Murphy and AOP to his crew, and he's gained a number of enemies including Kevin Owens and the Viking Raiders.
And one more man he's traded blows with again is Samoa Joe.
Joe and Rollins have been enemies since he debuted on the main roster in January 2017, where he jumped Seth at ringside and locked him in the Coquina Clutch, legitimately injuring his knee in the process.
But if anyone knows about injuries recently, it's Joe himself.
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The Samoan Submission Machine missed months of action in 2017 following a knee injury, then the following year he was sidelined for four months with a 'torn plantar fascia'.
His woes would continue in late 2019 as he broke his thumb and was out for months, and in this instance he was relocated to the Raw commentary booth until he was cleared to return.
That he did on the final Raw of 2019, but just one night after this year's Royal Rumble, Joe suffered a concussion during a match which put him back on the shelf for a couple of weeks.
And just as he returned to full health on the Road to WrestleMania, Joe has been struck down yet again.
According to Ryan Satin of Pro Wrestling Sheet, Joe has suffered a head injury bizarrely whilst filming a commercial for WWE.
Joe was filming a stunt and hit his head during a 'bad table break', and Satin reports that he could be out for a 'considerable amount of time'.
With WrestleMania just over six weeks away, this could mean that Joe's chances of competing on the big stage in Tampa have been crushed.
Hopefully though he gets some better luck soon, as there may not be an unluckier superstar right now when it comes to getting hurt.News Now - Sport News