Breaking News: Hideo Itami Suffers Neck Injury; Likely Out “Months” – Graphic Video of Injury Included
This news comes from Pro Wrestling Sheet:
Pro Wrestling Sheet has learned Hideo Itami hurt his neck at a recent NXT live event and we’re told the injury will keep him from wrestling for months.
The injury occurred while taking a powerslam gone wrong during a tag match on October 1st where he teamed with Shinsuke Nakamura to take on Riddick Moss and Tino Sabbatelli.
No word on his exact injury, but we’re told it’s related to his neck.
Itami recently returned from a shoulder injury that kept him out of action for over a year. He and Kota Ibushi were also just announced as a team in the Dusty Rhodes Tag Team Classic — which he more than likely won’t be able to participate in now. There is no word as of yet who will replace Itami as Ibushi’s partner in the tournament.
Below is a video of the injury. Warning: graphic.
Hideo Itami Takes Nasty Looking Bump Saturday Night At An NXT Live Event. No Word On His Condition pic.twitter.com/xK0YnPZZ9J
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