Bray Wyatt is seemed to be the latest superstar to be beaten by the bug that is eating up the WWE roster from the last year. As per the latest news, he is the newest victim of the plague. WWE is conducting their scheduled UK tour in this week and the injury took place in one of the live events that were taking place in Milan. According to tweets from Youtube personality Haydn Fox, Wyatt slipped during a match in Milan, Italy, when he was in between match against the WWE world heavyweight champion Roman Reigns.

WWE has also addressed the same on its official website which is not a good sign for sure. Here what they had to say, “Bray Wyatt suffered a right calf injury on Wednesday, WWE.com has learned. The injury came during Wyatt’s match on the first Live Event of WWE’s European tour in Milan, Italy.”
Fox also gave a hint about the severity of Wyatt’s injury. As the match was stopped in between, it looked that it was a legit one and not a part of the work or storyline. Bray Wyatt, for the first time ever teamed up with Roman Reigns on last week’s Raw to take on the League of Nations.

Rumors were constantly running around the internet about Wyatt suffering an injury since he had not competed against Brock Lesnar at WWE roadblock in the scheduled match. He was also not seen in action at Wrestlemania. Rumors suggested that he took a short hiatus from in-ring competition due to a slight back injury. But, he returned to competition, recently.
If Wyatt indeed suffers a serious injury then it will be a serious headache for WWE. He is even on the posters of the upcoming pay-per-view, WWE Payback. This will be series of injured superstars which includes Seth Rollins, Wyatt Family member Luke Harper, John Cena, Randy Orton, Tyson Kidd, Nikki Bella and Neville and all of them are out for months. A serious neck injury forced Daniel Bryan to retire earlier this year whereas Cesaro was excluded from the list when he arrived on the Raw after Wrestlemania and will now compete against The Miz for the Intercontinental championship.