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Injury Updates on CM Punk & Brock Lesnar from WrestleMania, Likely Main Event for Extreme Rules
By Marc Middleton
Apr 9, 2013 - 8:35:48 AM

- Brock Lesnar was knocked out cold after a knee from Triple H about five minutes into their WrestleMania 29 match. There is speculation that Lesnar suffered a concussion and kept going.

- Regarding CM Punk, we noted that he busted up his leg in the WrestleMania match against The Undertaker, when he did the elbow drop onto the announce table. Punk got x-rays on Sunday night and reportedly has to go in for a MRI. He will return on next week's RAW to address the loss.

- Talk even before last night's closing angle on RAW was that Ryback vs. John Cena for the WWE Title will main event the Extreme Rules pay-per-view on May 19th.

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