WWE Crown Jewel was a historic show by all means from Saudi Arabia. The main event featured The Undertaker and Kane teaming up against Shawn Michaels and Triple H. It is always good to see these old guards of the WWE squaring off inside the ring for one more time. They did not disappoint either by delivering the match of the night.
There was some backlash going on around the Crown Jewel show from the get-go. However, the crowd’s reactions from Saudi Arabia was worth to mention. They deserved this event more than anything. Then there this match between DX and Brothers of Destruction members that stole the show. Once the war was over, it looks like Triple H picked up a battle wound, as reported by WWE.com.
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Kane and Triple H were going back and forth in the match at one point. The Big Red Machine dumped The Game outside the ring with a thud. The landing was pretty much nasty and we could feel that there was something wrong in WWE COO’s body. The commentary team mentioned that Triple H was dealing with mid-rib injury through the match.
But it turned out to be his hand that suffered a vicious injury. He could barely move it making it look like a paralyzed condition. His hand was unable to loosen or tighten the grip. Later, Kane put him through a table to make the injury worse. It was able to put him off the match for a major part, thereafter.
Well, the official updates regarding this injury are out via WWE. Triple H has torn his pectoral muscle. It is a serious injury that needs to undergo a surgery in the future. He has to fly back to the US to go under the knives,
“During the epic showdown between D-Generation X and The Brothers of Destruction at WWE Crown Jewel, Triple H sustained what appears to be a torn pectoral muscle, WWE.com has learned. As a result, The Game plans to return to the United States this week to undergo surgical repair.”
WWE always use the cerebral assassin in big PPV events to sell out the shows. It’s a good time to perform the surgery as early as possible. This might make him fit in time for Royal Rumble and Wrestlemania, thereafter. We hope to see him back in action at the biggest event of the year.