Ouch. There are some very talented wrestlers in the world today but that does not mean that they are perfect. No matter how much training or experience that you have, there is always the chance that someone is going to get hurt. It might not even take place in the ring as there are all kinds of ways to get hurt elsewhere. That was made especially clear recently.
WWE’s cruiserweight division has gotten a nice boost over the last few months, mainly due to some fresh names making their debuts. Several of these names came from Evolve Wrestling, which WWE purchased last year. Most of them have been working over on 205 Live, which has improved a bit since their debuts. Unfortunately, you will not be able to see one of the new stars for quite a while.
Curt Stallion has announced that he has broken multiple bones in his wrist while training and will require surgery. This means the Stallion will be out of action, but he gave no time frame for his return to the ring. Stallion has primarily wrestled on 205 Live since coming to WWE last year, though he has wrestled on NXT as well. This will be the first surgery that he has had in his career.
I've never had a "comeback" before because I never left.
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Posted by Curt "The Lone Star" Stallion on Friday, 19 March 2021
Stallion can do some good things in the ring. Check out what he has when he is healthy:
Opinion: That is a shame to hear as Stallion really was starting to round out as a star on 205 Live. One of the bigger problems with a smaller show like 205 Live is that its limited roster means that any injury can be rather devastating to whatever they are doing. Stallion is a huge part of the roster and having him be injured is going to hurt things a good bit. Hopefully he is back sooner than later though, because he really has been a boost for the roster.
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