Multiple WWE stars are battling injuries, according to a source.
NXT contestant Conor O'Brian is nursing a knee injury as he was icing it a lot at last week's television tapings.
The Great Khali is also hurt, which has hindered his mobility as of late.
Kane is dealing with various minor injuries, although he's not letting it effect his in-ring work.
For those who may have missed it last week, the injury that Mason Ryan suffered outside the ring is being described as a hamstring injury. Ryan could be out six months if he requires surgery. If not, he's expected to be back in about a month or two. We'll keep you posted.
We also noted that John Morrison is not recovering as fast as they had first expected. He's still two or three months away from a return. Most are expecting a September or October return. Some within WWE are upset that he's unable to participate in the Money in the Bank PPV where he usually shines.
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