Bray Wyatt reportedly injured at WWE house show in Providence

OH NO.

According to multiple reports coming out of the WWE house show that took place last night (Sat., Oct. 12, 2013) in Providence, Rhode Island, Bray Wyatt injured his leg -- or his knee -- in an apparent accident during a tag match.

The severity of the injury is not clear, and WWE has yet to acknowledge that he's legitimately hurt.

Here's a bit from the Wrestling Observer:

Rotunda may have tripped over a piece of the railing while turning the corner in running around outside the ring. He was hobbled pretty bad. The Wyatt Family was facing R-Truth & Titus O'Neil & Darren Young. He was chasing Young when he collapsed down the aisle.

Here's how PWInsider.com has it:

... Bray Wyatt seemed to hurt his right leg pretty bad from a bump into the rail. Our seats had an excellent view of the Gorilla Position. After Rowan and Harper helped him to the back, they put him right on the ground while medical personnel checked him out.

Wyatt isn't currently working a big angle with any one particular wrestler, outside of waiting around for Kane to come back from filming See No Evil 2 so they can continue their issue. But there's no telling when that will be and in the meantime, he's been instructing Luke Harper and Erick Rowan to destroy the likes of R-Truth and Kofi Kingston.

We'll keep you up to date on any news regarding this injury.

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