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Kane’s status for Money in the Bank to be announced Friday
Following The Wyatt Family’s vicious assault on Kane Monday night on Raw, sources tell WWE.com that a decision regarding The Big Red Machine’s status for Sunday’s Money in the Bank All-Stars Ladder Match will be made known on Friday.
The harrowing attack happened immediately following Kane’s match against Christian. Led by Bray Wyatt, the duo of Erick Rowan and Luke Harper rammed steel ring steps into Kane’s head and upper body, requiring the former World Champion to be stretchered out of the arena and taken to a local medical facility. On Tuesday, the belief was that Kane would be doubtful to compete in Sunday’s huge “all-star” affair.
“Due to the head and neck trauma suffered by Kane, we precautiously immobilized his cervical spine with a cervical collar,” WWE physician Dr. Chris Amann told WWE.com Tuesday.
The WWE medical team’s biggest concern, according to Amann, was that Kane may have suffered brain or cervical spine trauma “that may be significant enough to either warrant surgery, or an extended period of time away from the ring.”
Stay with WWE.com for further information regarding Kane’s status.