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Drew McIntyre Being Blamed For Injuring RAW Wrestler?

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• On This Day In Pro Wrestling History (July 21, 1996) – In Your House 9

On this day in Professional Wrestling history on July 21, 1996, the World Wrestling Federation aired ‘In Your House 9: International Incident’ LIVE on PPV from General Motors Place in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.

Originally The Ultimate Warrior was booked & advertised to wrestle in the main event as part of ‘The People’s Posse’ among Shawn Michaels & Ahmed Johnson to take on Camp Cornette consisting of Vader, Owen Hart and Davey Boy Smith, but after no-showing two House Shows a few weeks before the PPV, Vince fired him on the spot and replaced him with the returning “Sycho” Sid.

No Championship was on the line that night! Below are the results:

– The Bodydonnas defeated The Smoking Gunns

– Mankind defeated Henry O. Godwinn

– Stone Cold Steve Austin defeated Marc Mero

– The Undertaker defeated Goldust via DQ

– Owen Hart & The British Bulldog & Vader Def. defeated Ahmed Johnson & Shawn Michaels & Sycho Sid

• Drew McIntyre Being Blamed For Injuring RAW Wrestler?

Fandango suffered a shoulder injury a few weeks ago due to which he will be missing 6-9 months of action in the ring. The cause of his injury wasn’t very clear until his tag team partner Tyler Breeze posted a video about it on Instagram.

Breeze posted a video of Drew McIntyre powerbombing him on Fandango. Fandango didn’t look ready for the spot and he gave out after McIntyre powerbombed Breeze on him.

This has begun speculation regarding Breeze possibly putting the blame of injuring Fandango on McIntyre.

You can watch the video below:


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Obviously, McIntyre didn’t mean to injure Fandango, but this footage gives us a pretty clear picture of how Fandango got injured.

Hopefully, Fandango heals up quickly and gets back in the ring again.

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