WWE Match Cancelled Over Safety Worries for Wrestlers

WWE Match Cancelled Over Safety Worries for Wrestlers

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Update on Austin Theory and Carmelo Hayes Following WWE SmackDown Match

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WWE provided a positive update on the well-being of Austin Theory and Carmelo Hayes after a concerning incident during a SmackDown match on January 12.

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During the SmackDown broadcast, a match had to be halted due to safety concerns for both wrestlers involved. The alarming moment unfolded, prompting officials to intervene and stop the match to ensure the wrestlers’ safety.

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Carmelo Hayes, an NXT star, made an unexpected appearance on SmackDown, engaging in a backstage segment with Nick Aldis as he vied for a spot in the Royal Rumble. However, the situation escalated when Austin Theory and Grayson Waller entered the scene, leading to an impromptu match between Theory and Hayes.

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Unfortunately, the match did not reach a conclusive end as the referee deemed it necessary to stop the bout after a significant move. As both wrestlers descended from the ropes and landed in precarious positions, the referee acted swiftly to prioritize their well-being.

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The show continued, with Corey Graves on commentary drawing attention to the parallels between WWE and other sports, emphasizing the unpredictability of injuries in the world of professional wrestling.

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