Chris Jericho took a big bump to close out Blood & Guts. He might have fallen on a bunch of cardboard boxes, but it was a real fall. Le Champion was also legitimately injured from the stunt as well.

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During Dynamite this week, Chris Jericho showed up and was sporting an arm cast. That cast was not just a prop. He really hurt himself when taking that big bump off the Blood & Guts cage.

Bryan Alvarez expanded on this during Wrestling Observer Live. His injury is real and not just part of the show despite how much The Million Viewer Man played it up on screen.

“He got thrown off a cage. That guy’s supposed to be dead, but he’s back a week later! That being said, you see that big thing on Chris Jericho’s arm? He fell off that cage and I think he fractured his elbow. I forgot the exact injury, but it’s a legitimate elbow injury after falling off the cage. So, he fell off the cage. He legitimately hurt himself, and we’ve had a week of everybody talking about how fake it looked.”

Chris Jericho needs to heal this injury fast. The Inner Circle and The Pinnacle will meet again at Double Or Nothing. Next time it will be a Stadium Stampede match, and it’s make or break it time for Jericho’s stable. If the Inner Circle loses the match then they must break up.

Is the Inner Circle breaking up at Double Or Nothing? Sound off in the comments!

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