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WWE incidents always keep the news/sports industry full with hustle and bustle. Here are 2 big updates that you may have missed regarding Kevin Owens & Enzo Amore.
In the payback incident, the fans in the arena were scared and his fellow wrestlers also looked concerned when Enzo was taken to the hospital. We all wish you good health bud.
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Kevin Owens usually has people on the receiving end whenever he goes about his business, but this time, the tables have turned upside down. He was subjected to a threat from a fan on social networking site Twitter.
The fan, a John L Radney, tweeted a picture of Owens with one foot on a WWE belt, which had the American flag on it, and vented his anger to the wrestler – who he thought showed disrespect toward the flag by stomping on it – and warned him that he'll pay, while also advising him to watch his back.
Owens tweeted back saying that he 'Can't wait', which can be roughly translated into 'take your shot' seems like he was short of wards. Owens' tweet was well received by his fans, who retweeted it more than 200 times. Now we know better who was made fun of and who enjoyed the show. :)
As you already know that Enzo Amore was injured at WWE Payback during the match for #1 Contenders match for the WWE Tag Team Championship. Enzo's head got caught in the second rope and bounced off the apron during the match.
The match was immediately called off and Enzo was taken to the hospital. Though initially there was no information on what the injury might be or how serious it is, later in the program, Michael Cole informed the WWE Universe that Enzo has suffered a concussion and all the other tests have come out negative. It was also informed that he was taken to the Medical Centre in Chicago for treatment.
Though fans would miss Enzo on Raw, they would indeed be happy that their favourite smack talking skywalker has not been injured seriously. The fans in the arena were scared and his fellow wrestlers also looked concerned when Enzo was taken to the hospital.