HBK injured

Millz

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As posted earlier, the last word coming out of the RAW tapings last night was that Shawn Michaels was planning to work the match with Chris Jericho this Sunday. The torn triceps injury Shawn suffered last night could keep him out of action for up to six months.

One has to believe that this could be another factor in Shawn eventually retiring. He was saying at one point last year that he didn't want to return from his knee injury and then said he was going to only work a limited schedule and now this happens. Shawn will more than likely come back from this injury but his long term future in the business is questionable.

The injury came last night when Shawn dove through the bottom rope onto Lance Cade. Michaels landed really awkward and then held his arm for the rest of the time he was out there. One observer described it as looking "pretty sick."
I was at the taping last night so I wont spoil anything for Raw or Smackdown but I did notice Shawn landed pretty awkwardly when attacking Lance Cade. This sucks...I cannot believe he's going to work the match this Sunday.
 

Babe_Ruth

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This is bad news, I really hope that he'll be in the business for more then 10 more years. I don't think the fans are ready to see him retire from the WWE.

Hopefully this isn't real bad, and he'll make a quick recovery.
 
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I was at the taping last night so I wont spoil anything for Raw or Smackdown but I did notice Shawn landed pretty awkwardly when attacking Lance Cade. This sucks...I cannot believe he's going to work the match this Sunday.
Gee, is he gonna be loaded up on painkillers or something? >.<;

I wish him the best, and this injury list keeps growing and growing. I guess it's a for sure thing now that Randy Orton will return on RAW instead of SmackDown! - It's only fair. :lol:

I wish HBK the best and hope he recovers nicely. :D
 

Millz

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update....

F4WOnline.com reported Tuesday evening that the prognosis on Shawn Michaels' triceps injury should produce sighs of relief within World Wrestling Entertainment.

According to the story, the word going around is that Michaels only suffered a minor tear of the muscle. Consequently, surgery does not appear necessary.

Reports say that Michaels was never going to miss Sunday's Unforgiven match against Chris Jericho, but had the injury required surgery, he would have missed several months following the pay-per-view. He still might miss time, but that absence will not be significant.