The Miz potentially injured at live event - out of WrestleMania?

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WrestleMania is this coming Sunday and it looks set to be a great addition to the show's legacy with two big main events.

While all the focus is drawn by the Hell in a Cell match between The Undertaker and Shane McMahon, and the WWE World Heavyweight Championship match between Triple H and Roman Reigns, one of the mid card matches may have suffered a loss.

One less challenger?

Just like at last year's WrestleMania, the Intercontinental Championship will be defended in a seven man ladder match.


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But current champion Kevin Owens may be one challenger short after the Miz seemingly suffered a leg injury at a WWE Live event on Saturday night.

The Miz was one of the six competitors hoping to win the title on Sunday but according to witnesses at the event, Miz left his match with Jack Swagger in questionable fashion.

Rumours have claimed that Miz limped into the back area while many people in attendance seemed to think that he was legitimately hurt.

Miz was considered to be an outsider for the title at Mania but his potential injury could force the company to change their plans for the Intercontinental Championship match.

The question is, will the company simply replace Miz in the match or will they just settle on having a six man ladder match?

WrestleMania 32 looks set to be a good show, but it is missing a lot of top stars as the WWE injury crisis worsens.

Long injury list

The list of talent set to miss WrestleMania this year is quite extensive and could easily headline a show all on their own.

Seth Rollins, John Cena, Sting and Randy Orton - superstars who all made huge headlines at last year's WrestleMania look set to see this year's show pass them by.

The WWE will now surely be hoping that the remaining uninjured superstars now make it to WrestleMania.

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