WWE NXT star Bayley potentially injured during match

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The WWE have had a terrible time with injuries as of late, with Cesaro, Randy Orton, Seth Rollins and John Cena all unable to wrestle at WrestleMania 32 earlier this month because of a variety of injuries.

It seems that injury curse is now seeping its way down to NXT, where one of the developmental promotion's top stars has potentially gotten injured.

According to reports from those in attendance at an NXT taping at Full Sail University last night, Bayley may have injured herself during a match.


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The former NXT Women's Champion was facing Nia Jax during a match for the TV show when she landed badly and apparently hurt herself.

"She had Jax in a guillotine when Jax picked up her up for a suplex," an FW4online report stated. "Bayley landed behind her, one of her legs buckled and she went into the corner."

"The ref stalled for a minute and then Jax splashed her in the corner when she got up, did an elbow on the leg, and hit the leg drop for the clean win." 

Despite finishing the match, Bayley had to be helped to the back after being checked out by a trainer.

Bayley recently lost the NXT Women's Championship to Asuka at the pre-WrestleMania NXT Takeover: Dallas show. 

A lot of fans were looking forward to seeing how Bayley would bounce back from losing her title for the first time. The 26-year-old is one of the most loved stars in pretty much all wrestling today and has a huge fanbase. 

We'll have to wait and see to find out if this was just Bayley working an injury or whether or not she was actually hurt. 


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