That could be bad. Injuries are one of the worst things that can happen in wrestling. Not only do they put a wrestler on the shelf for an undetermined period of time, but they also can happen out of nowhere. Some injuries are built up over time and then flare up during a match, which appears to have been the case with a national star who was appearing for a major independent show.

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Over the weekend, Pro Wrestling Guerrilla presented its annual Battle Of Los Angeles tournament. According to Wrestling Observer Radio, Bandido was injured during the two night event, though he was still able to wrestle both of his matches. Bandido is said to have injured his neck in a match with Black Taurus and El Hijo de Vikingo and was slowed down during his match the following night with Kommander. The injury is described as something that has “flared up” multiple times over the last few months. There is no word on if Bandido will miss any ring time as a result.

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Opinion: Hopefully this isn’t too bad as you never want to see someone get injured. Bandido is someone who feels like he could be the next breakout star anywhere he goes, even if he is already feeling like a big deal. The fact that he could wrestle the second night is a good sign and maybe some rest will be enough to let him heal up and get back in the ring sooner than later.

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