That’s a nasty one. There are all kinds of injuries a wrestler can suffer, with some of them being more serious than others. While there are certain injuries that are going to leave a wrestler out of action for a very long time, others can seem rather small but wind up being more nagging than anything else. That might have taken place again to a big WWE name at a recent live event.

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WWE held a live event in Miami, Florida earlier this week, featuring Bray Wyatt in action. Following the match, Wyatt spoke to some fans in the audience and noted that he could not shake hands due to breaking his finger during the match. There is no word on if Wyatt’s finger has officially been diagnosed as broken or if he will miss any ring time. Wyatt has yet to wrestle on television since his return at Extreme Rules.

That could be a rough one. Check out Wyatt’s statement, plus some more of him since his return:

Opinion: That is the kind of an injury that could go a few ways. In theory though, it shouldn’t be something that keeps Wyatt out of action. Hopefully he can just tape it up and move on, as you don’t want to see anyone out of action. Wyatt has done well since his comeback, but he needs to be in the ring in front of a camera soon. This could slow that down and that isn’t a good thing.

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