No Widgets found in the Sidebar

That could be a long one. There are all kinds of ways to write a wrestler off the shelf for more than a little while. One of the easiest ways is to have a wrestler suffer a storyline injury, which can get rid of a wrestler for about as long as you need. That was the situation this week as a SmackDown star was written off of television for what seems to be a pretty long time.

The opening match of this week’s SmackDown saw Solo Sikoa defeat Sheamus. Following the match, the Usos helped Sikoa crush Sheamus’ arm and elbow with a series of chair shots. During the show, commentary announced that Sheamus was taken to a hospital. After the show was over, WWE sent out a tweet, announcing that Sheamus has suffered a non-displaced fracture near his elbow. There is no word on when Sheamus will be returning to the ring.

BREAKING: Due to the attack earlier tonight by #TheBloodline, @WWESheamus has a non-displaced fracture near his elbow and is still under observation. #SmackDown

— WWE (@WWE) October 22, 2022

This was a big one. Check out what happened to Sheamus on SmackDown:

[This post contains video, click to play]

Opinion: I’m curious to see how this is going to go as I would not be surprised to see Sheamus gone until just before Survivor Series to come back and face the Bloodline in WarGames. The match is all but set up for the show if that is the way WWE wants to go but we’re still a bit away. Sheamus being gone is going to hurt the show a bit and now the question is what happens when he gets back.

What do you think of the injury? What should Sheamus do when he gets back? Let us know in the comments below.

Please share this story on Facebook! Help us spread the word!

You can find more from Thomas Hall at, or check out his- Amazon author page with 30 wrestling books.

Get the LATEST RUMORS! Click to sign up for the exclusive Wrestling Rumors daily newsletter.

The post WATCH: Former World Champion Written Off SmackDown With Arm Injury appeared first on

Facebook Comments

By media

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.