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Tuesday, September 2, 2008

Shawn Michaels Injured

As previously reported, it does seem that too many wrestlers are getting injured in the WWE. The latest addition to the list is, unfortunately, Shawn Michaels. It seems that he suffered a triceps tear during the RAW tapings for yesterday's show. So far the wrestler is still scheduled to face Chris Jericho in an Unsanctioned match at Unforgiven. According to the veteran, he will go on to face Jericho at the pay per view no matter the costs. Unfortunately this might not be the case if the doctors do not give the go ahead. You have to wonder about the possible implications of such a match as it is most likely that it would be quite a brutal one and no matter the result Shawn will need time off if he is suffering from a muscle tear. The match will probably go on because both Shawn and Chris did put a lot of effort in building the feud. Few people are aware of the fact that most of the creative side of the storyline was developed by the two wrestlers. The result was a good one and the end will be at Unforgiven although it might mean a forced loss for Michaels. I would personally not want Shawn to wrestle if he can not give as much as he could as it would only lead to further risks on his career, not to mention a dull match. He will just have to wait and see but I still think that there are too many injuries on the WWE roster at the moment.

UPDATE - 3rd September 2008

Shawn Michaels will go on with his match at Unforgiven. After tests it resulted that the wrestler is only suffering from a minor tear and he will only need a little time to recover. If the injury would have been more serious and he would have gone through with the match he would have needed a longer time frame to recover. With this in mind I sure hope Shawn Michaels will win it as it would be the normal turn of events. Even more, a brutal wrestling match would sell the fact that he would need a little time to recover and he would get out of the real injury with ease.

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