WWE star Sheamus potentially injured during house show match

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The WWE have had a terrible of time of things in the past year or so, losing many stars for significant periods.

Daniel Bryan hasn't wrestled for what seems like an age after a concussion problem while Tyson Kidd's career was close to being ended by a botched musclebuster from Samoa Joe. Then, of course, you have Seth Rollins - who had to vacate the WWE World Heavyweight title after tearing his ACL.

And it seems like there's a bit of a curse on the company's top heel, because the man who replaced Rollins in that regard - Sheamus - may also be injured.


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According to a report from Wrestling Inc, a WWE referee threw up the 'X' for Sheamus who had to be helped to the back after a match.

"For what it's worth, the referee threw up the dreaded "X" symbol for Sheamus after his loss to WWE World Heavyweight Champion Roman Reigns at last night's WWE live event in Winnipeg," the report stated.

"The call for help was done as Sheamus was making his way to the back, being helped by a referee, during Reigns' post-match celebration. It was noted by a correspondent that Sheamus was limping on his way to the back. We've reached out for an update and will keep you posted today."

We'll have to wait until Monday Night RAW later today to see if the Irishman actually has suffered a real injury or if he and the referee were just selling the power of Roman Reigns.

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