Cody Rhodes tweets that he's fine after WWE RAW injury scare

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The WWE are struggling badly at the moment and it is unsure how their ratings are going to pick up without the serious changes that Vince McMahon has so far put off. 

With Daniel Bryan, Randy Orton, and Seth Rollins currently out of action due to serious injuries and John Cena, Brock Lesnar and The Undertaker all not currently wrestling for a variety of reasons, the WWE are struggling for stars and storylines at this point. 

And they were so close to losing another star last night because of an injury.


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WWE wrestler Cody Rhodes - now going as Stardust - had to be taken to hospital last night after Monday Night Raw. Rhodes revealed on Twitter that he was examined for fractures at Roper Hospital in Charleston, North Carolina after the show. Thankfully, the scans came back negative and he didn't suffer any big injuries.

Rhodes' Twitter account is private so we can't link to the tweet, but do have this screenshot.

Stardust faced off against Jack Swagger on RAW, losing to The Real American in a squash match, before taking a chair shot from Alberto Del Rio after the match had ended.

Rhodes looked like he could have potentially been limping before, but it seems that the chair shot from Del Rio did the damage.

When Zeb Colter rode off away from Swagger on his mobility scooter post-match, he had to go past Stardust who was on the floor outside the ring in pain, being attended to by a referee.

The WWE have had an awful time with injuries as of late, and the thought of adding Cody Rhodes to that out of action list would have been too depressing to even comprehend.

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