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Big Show and Sin Cara injured
WWE.com has learned that both Big Show and Sin Cara suffered substantial injuries during Sunday night’s Money in the Bank pay-per-view event in Chicago.
As a result of Mark Henry’s brutal assault following their match at Money in the Bank, initial reports from medical technicians treating The World’s Largest Athlete reported that Henry’s vicious actions have left Raw’s resident giant with a distal fracture of the fibula that will keep him out of action for six to eight weeks. The injury occurred moments after The World’s Strongest Man secured an impressive victory, when he wrapped a chair around Big Show’s ankle, ascended the ropes and brought all of his weight down on his opponent’s leg. Unable to stand on his own, the fallen giant had to be taken away on a cart. WWE.com also discovered if his injury had been more serious than originally thought, The World’s Largest Athlete could have been sidelined for up to four months. (RESULTS | PHOTOS)
Sin Cara’s injury occurred during SmackDown’s Money in the Bank match, when Sheamus viciously powerbombed the masked marvel from the ring apron through a steel ladder. The impact was so devastating that Sin Cara was quickly stretchered to the back by paramedics. Early medical reports have concluded that the high-flying Superstar has suffered a posterior fractured rib and will be out of action for at least four weeks. (RESULTS | PHOTOS)
Stay with WWE.com for more details as these stories develop.