Is it that surprising? Tables, Ladders And Chairs has come and gone and the show was its usual violent self. The show featured a ladder match, a tables match and a pair of Tables, Ladders and Chairs matches. There is almost no way to have a series of matches like that go completely safe, meaning that at least one injury was going to take place. It turns out that there was a pretty bad one in a certain match.

The main event of Tables, Ladders And Chairs saw the Kabuki Warriors defending the Women’s Tag Team Titles against Becky Lynch and Charlotte. The Warriors had been going after the challengers for weeks, attacking them individually. Charlotte and Lynch finally combined forces to fight back, setting up the title match. However, things did not go incredibly well for one of the champions.

Bryan Alvarez of, Kairi Sane may have been injured during the main event and was being checked out after last night’s show. A specific diagnosis may not be given until another check before this week’s Monday Night Raw. Sane seemed off during the match, as she could not fall down from a spear and was barely able to go up for a powerbomb through a table from Charlotte. Sane has since sent out a tweet of a thumbs up, suggesting that she is doing better than expected.

Some of these things just do not look good. Check out some of the damage Sane took last night:

Opinion: I’m not sure what happened in the match or how badly Sane was banged up, but there are parts where you can tell something is WAY off. Sane is too good to not know how to take a spear or a powerbomb and yet she kept getting beaten up over and over. At some point you need to call an audible for the sake of her health and yet there was no indication that one was coming. That should not be happening and it was hard to watch as a result.

What did you think of the match? Should it have been changed due to Sane’s status? Let us know in the comments below.

Thomas Hall has been a wrestling fan for over thirty years and has seen over 50,000 wrestling matches. He has also been a wrestling reviewer since 2009 with over 5,000 full shows covered. You can find his work at, or check out his- Amazon author page with 30 wrestling books. His latest book is KB’s Complete 2004 Monday Night Raw Reviews.

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