WWE offered to refund the audience in Hammond, Indiana on Saturday night after Daniel Bryan was advertised to wrestle but his injury kept him sidelined.
Bryan suffered a concussion in the steel cage main event on Monday Night Raw last week where he and Bray Wyatt took on The Uso's.
And despite being able to finish the match Bryan complained that he couldn't recall parts of it and has since been sent home to recover, missing the Smackdown taping on Tuesday night and all of WWE's live events over the weekend.
The former WWE Champion is one of the biggest faces in WWE right now and his iconic 'YES!' chant is one of the best audience interactions of all time so when ring announcer Tony Chimel told the WWE universe that Bryan wouldn't be appearing, he was heavily booed.
To add some positivity to the situation WWE did offer refunds, the same way they did the night after Night of Champions, after Triple H changed the decision of the main event the following night on Raw, and no other titles changed hands at the Championship orientated pay-per-view fans felt short changed and many demanded refunds which WWE sensationally gave.
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