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UPDATE: WWE Wrestler Injured at Weekend House Show Event
Posted by Larry Csonka on 06.23.2014



UPDATE: WWE has confirmed that Fernando injured his ankle and knee at the Newark house show. The report notes that Fernando was splinted and taking to a local ER where he was X-rayed.

WWE doctor Chris Amann said, "Fortunately there are no fractures. However, he has a pretty significant left ankle sprain, as well as a sprain of one of the ligaments of the knee. We put him in a boot, he's on crutches, and we expect him to be back in three to four weeks."

Fernando will undergo rehab at the WWE Performance Center to help his recovery.


ORIGINAL: According to f4wonline.com, Fernando of Los Matadores (Orlando Colon/Epico) suffered a knee injury at yesterday's house show in Newark, DE. More information on his injury as it becomes available.





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