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It can happen to anyone. You never want to see a wrestler get hurt but it is something that can happen to anyone at any given time. Wrestlers can go from on a roll to having to sit on the sidelines while they heal up. At the same time, you can also have someone get hurt without even noticing it at the same time. That seems to be the case again, as a WWE star is on the injured list.

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Last week on Monday Night Raw, Candice LeRae defeated Piper Niven in a match. Following the show, Niven attacked LeRae during a backstage interview and laid her out. This week on Monday Night Raw, it was announced that LeRae had suffered a sprained AC joint in her right shoulder. There is no word on when LeRae will return to WWE TV, though she did wrestle at live events over the weekend. This would suggest that the injury is just part of a storyline.

LeRae is quite talented when she is around. Check out what she can do in the ring:

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Opinion: This does seem to be a way to set up LeRae for a big return to take out Niven later on. Hopefully the story boosts her up, as LeRae has never really had that breakout moment. Maybe she can do something good with Niven, which would be a heck of an upgrade for her. LeRae is someone who has always felt like she could jump up to the next level, and she might be getting that chance.

What do you think of the story? How far can LeRae go in WWE? Let us know in the comments below.

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