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Update on Dana Brooke’s undisclosed injury

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Update on Dana Brooke’s undisclosed injury



Dana Brooke has another one of those non-disclosed injuries. For those not keeping up, several WWE stars have been injured over the past year but the company has kept things private in many cases. She has been working at the live events at ringside but she is not taking bumps. There is heat because she still gets to work on all of her bookings, including the trip to Europe, while others with injuries haven’t been able to. The thing is that the company looks at her as a star so the rules are different than someone who is not getting much of a push. They covered up the injury on Breaking Ground by saying that Asuka hit her with a butt bump to her right side.

They also featured a conversation between Baron Corbin and Tino Sabatelli talking about being real athletes compared to everyone else. The thing about that is that Corbin played in 0 NFL regular season games. He was a legit college player at Northwest Missouri State in 2008 as an all-league offensive guard at the small college level. Corbin was in the Colts camp in 2009 but was cut. He made the practice squad for the Arizona Cardinals in 2010 but he was a late cut.

This week’s episode also featured the big sendoff for Tyler Breeze. It was nice but it’s kind of sad to see what’s happened to him on the main roster.

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