You never know when injuries can pop up, and it appears that NXT Spring Breakin’ was not a good night for that luck. Three notable stars were injured, and one of them is a champion. Needless to say, they are probably very hopeful that nothing is too severe.

WWE filmed an injury angle with Sol Ruca during Spring Breakin’. It was done to write her off television, and it seems that an injury might be to blame for that.

During Wrestling Observer Live, Bryan Alvarez spoke about the recent mini string of NXT injuries. He noted Sol Ruca first, and said that Grayson Waller was hurt during his match as well. Also, Indi Hartwell’s ankle problem the NXT Women’s Title three-way match was legit.

“I don’t know the extent of all of them. But I can tell you that Sol Ruca does have some sort of injury. That’s why they did that angle. Grayson Waller did get hurt in his match which led directly to the finish. Indi Hartwell also got injured in her match, three in one show.”


“I did hear from somebody yesterday that was like, ‘you know man they just have these guys do all this crazy stuff and no wonder everybody’s hurt all the time.’

It was also noted that, “What happened with Indi and with Grayson Waller is just one those things where something went wrong, but it was not anything where you would think that anything would go wrong.”

Indi Hartwell went on to win her match after her ankle buckled. Then Grayson Waller suffered his issue when he was doing his signature rolling move through the ropes. Sometimes you can’t expect what will happen in the pro wrestling ring, and NXT Spring Breakin’ was a perfect proof of that.

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