The third annual Halloween Havoc premium live event is finally in the books. The show emanated from the Performance Center in Orlando, Florida, and featured multiple gimmick matches.
NXT head booker Shawn Michaels revealed during the post-Halloween Havoc press conference that the talent that worked the show tonight is doing great health wise.
“We have a lot of young talent. We had them in a very ambitious show tonight. I think it really went well. Everyone is healthy, the best I can tell. The medical team will get back to me. There are a couple of people they are evaluating, but that’s pretty good.”
WWE didn’t report any injuries after the pay-per-view event, which is a good thing. Halloween Havoc did contain several dangerous spots, including Oro Mensah brushing his head with the apron during the ladder match.
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