WWE star Bad News Barrett has collar bone shaved after injury

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WWE superstar Bad News Barrett is likely to be on the sidelines for quite a few months after it was revealed that he had surgery this week.

Bad News Barrett suffered a severe injury during WWE Smackdown last week, which meant he was forced under the knife to sort out the problem, according to reports

Swift action

The reason for the swift action to take Bad News Barrett into surgery was because of ligament complications in the former WWE intercontinental champion's shoulder.

It's understood that the surgery was a ligament reconstruction of his shoulder. It's not known how the procedure went, but it's likely that Bad News Barrett will be facing significant time on the WWE sidelines. During the procedure, the wrestler also had a distill clavicle resection that meant his collar bone was partly shaved off.

Poor timing

The injury to Bad News Barrett came at an unfortunate time for WWE, mere days before the pay-per-view Money in the Bank. WWE is yet to confirm how long the former champ will be out, but it's unlikely WWE fans will see him in the ring anytime soon.

The wrestler himself hasn't given an update on how long he will be out either, though it's thought that recovering from clavicle resection's can take around two months with full rehab.

Now we know that he will be missed by WWE fans across the globe, so to commemorate this, see the video below for some of his best bits. 

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