LOP on Facebook LOP on Twitter LOP on Google Plus LOP on Youtube LOP's RSS Feed
News | Results | Columns | Forums

Home | Headlines | News | Results | Columns | Radio | Indy | Forums | Contact | Bookmark | Share



Posted in: WWE
CM Punk Has Injury Scare At Saturday Night's WWE Live Event
By Michael Bluth
Feb 10, 2013 - 8:08:04 PM

WWE Superstar CM Punk had an injury scare at Saturday night's WWE RAW live event from Springfield, Missouri.

Punk wrestled in the tag match main event, teaming up with Antonio Cesaro against The Miz and Ryback. During the match, there was a spot where The Miz delivered a stalling suplex on Punk. Somehow The Miz lost his balance and dropped Punk almost directly on his head. The crowd instantly knew the move did not go as planned, as Punk rolled out of the ring. WWE officials ran over to Punk and checked him out for several minutes.

The match continued and Punk did return to action, but was visibly shaken up and was wrestling at a much slower pace than usual.

We'll be following this story and will post an update as soon as it becomes available.

* EXCLUSIVE PICTURES of THE MIZ Dumping CM PUNK On His Head (Direct Link)


  • Full WWE Network Schedule for Friday – Best of HOF, SmackDown, Hogan & Backlund, More

  • Spoiler on Bo Dallas' WWE NXT Status and His Return to WWE's Main Roster

  • Spoilers on the WWE NXT Women's Title Tournament, Another Title Match Set for NXT Takeover

  • Celebrity Featured on the Next WrestleMania Rewind, Video of HHH Announcing Takeover, Rusev

  • Spoiler: New #1 Contender to Adrian Neville's NXT Title Determined, Main Event for NXT Takeover

  • Photo from Triple H's NXT Talent Meeting, WWE Extreme Rules All Access Pass, New NXT Shirts

  • WWE Announces a Live NXT Takeover Special for Next Month on the WWE Network

  • WWE Hall of Famer Booked to Return on Monday's RAW from St. Louis

  • Seth Rollins Talks About The Shield Going Babyface, Daniel Bryan's Success, Reigns, More

  • Devon on Which WWE Superstars He Considers Extreme, Total Divas Preview Clips, DiBiase