Top WWE superstar potentially injured on SmackDown Live

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The SmackDown Live roster clearly came out of the WWE Draft as being much weaker to their WWE counterparts on Monday Night RAW.

Due to some ultimately poor drafting from Shane McMahon and Daniel Bryan, RAW somehow came away with pretty much all the stars of the New Era, with SmackDown having the old guard - Randy Orton and John Cena being their headline stars.

However, SmackDown could be set to take an even bigger blow with the news that Bray Wyatt may have been injured last night.


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According to a report from Wrestling Inc, Wyatt may have suffered an ankle injury during the main event of last night's WWE SmackDown in Nashville.

"While wrestling Dolph Ziggler, Wyatt rolled his ankle and the referee threw up the dreaded "X" symbol, according to fans in attendance," the report stated.

"Wyatt was visibly upset at what was happening and apparently did not want the WWE trainers to help him. Wyatt obviously finished the match but it appeared the ankle was bothering him."

"Wyatt has a history of ankle injuries going back to WrestleMania season in 2015. We've reached out to WWE for comments on his status and will keep you updated."

Wyatt has only recently returned from injury after suffering one earlier in the year on the WWE's annual post-WrestleMania tour of Europe.

When facing Roman Reigns on the first night of the tour in Rome, Wyatt suffered an injury to his right calf that kept him out of action for two months.

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