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Four More WWE Superstars Injured

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You may have noticed there have been a whole lot of injuries plaguing WWE talent lately, including names such as John Cena, Seth Rollins and Sting. WWE haven’t caught a break with injuries occurring on monthly basis, if not a near weekly basis.

At last night’s WWE live events a number of talent were added to the “injured list” although it appears nobody will require time off.

Emma suffered a stinger and may have been knocked out for a second after taking a kick to the head from Asuka in the opener of last night’s WWE NXT live event in Cleveland. The referee took the decision to call the match. She is reportedly doing okay.

Tommaso Ciampa also, at the same event appeared to suffer a shoulder injury after taking The Shatter Machine from NXT Tag Team Champions “The Revival” Dash and Dawson. Officials had to help him to the back.

In addition, WWE Divas Champion Charlotte suffered an injury Minneapolis. Her match with Becky Lynch was stopped after about two minutes when Lynch hit Charlotte in the face with a knee. Charlotte was taken to the back while the blood in the ring was cleared. It was originally thought she may have suffered broken nose but she has since tweeted she is “all good” on her official Twitter.

At the same event Sheamus was busted open after taking a moonsault from WWE United States Champion Kalisto.

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