– WWE just got a case of their own bad news. One of the Money in the Bank contract ladder match competitors Bad News Barrett appeared to injured his shoulder in his match against Dean Ambrose. They wrestled on Smackdown and it went downhill from there. According to fans in attendance, there was a post-match segment where Barrett went down and clutched his shoulder. The referee threw up the “X” symbol and brought out WWE medics, who helped Barrett to the back.
This is really bad news for WWE as MITB is right around the corner, keep it locked here for the latest on this matter.
Update: Barrett repeating “F bombs” on his way to the back.
Update 2x: WWE physician Dr. Chris Amann spoke to WWE’s website and said Barrett ” … sustained an injury to his right shoulder when he was thrown into the barricade by Jack Swagger.”
“After Barrett felt an immediate pain and a pop,” continued Amann, “we brought him back to the training room and the exam showed a separated shoulder. We’re going to do some additional testing this week and then sit down with him and talk about options for treatment for this injury.”
- WWE went with a strong show to send us into Money in the Bank. Well the might have given us a strong show, but the ratings did not show that at all. Monday’s Raw scored a 2.84 (2.8) cable rating, down from 2.9 from the previous week. The show averaged 4.031 million viewers, down from the 4.126 million average viewership from last week.
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