WWE is dealing with several key talent injuries at the moment, and The Wrestling Observer Newsletter has provided updates on a number of injured talents.
-With regards to Shinsuke Nakamura, after suffering a bite from a police dog this past Monday night in Bakersfield, CA, Nakamura was given immediate aid then taken to the hospital following the attack. Nakamura was subsequently pulled from the Monday live event and Tuesday’s WWE Smackdown tapings, and as of this writing, he is still not cleared to return to action, making his status for this weekend’s live event in Japan questionable. Nakamura is scheduled to face AJ Styles for the WWE TItle at one of the Tokyo Sumo Hall shows this weekend, and when the bout was originally announced, tickets sold out in record time.
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-Jeff Hardy is dealing with some sort of leg injury stemming from a botched ring entrance at the WWE Smackdown tapings on May 17th. WWE has been protecting Jeff Hardy in four-way matches on the road, with Hardy seen visibly limping during the bouts. Hardy is also said to be dealing with a nerve injury which is causing numbness in his hands.
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-WWE Raw star Sami Zayn underwent surgery last week to repair a right torn rotator cuff, and he will need to go back under the knife to have the other shoulder operated on in the near future. The injuries are expected to keep him out of action for the remainder of the year. Zayn believes he suffered the right shoulder injury back in November in a match against Jinder Mahal, while the left shoulder injury came in his debut match against John Cena in Montreal. The right shoulder injury is the first time Zayn has had issues with his right shoulder, however, he has had chronic issues with his left shoulder throughout his career.
-WWE NXT star Oney Lorcan suffered a broken orbital bone at NXT Takeover Chicago and will be undergoing surgery. His return timetable is unclear, but it looks to be about a few months.
The Wrestling Observer Newsletter