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WWE Is Protecting Injured Wrestler Because Of Upcoming India Show

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• WWE Is Protecting Injured Wrestler Because Of Upcoming India Show

WWE will head to India for a Live Event in January 2023 and Veer Mahaan is going to be a part of it.

However, Veer is currently dealing with an injury and that’s why WWE didn’t book The Creed Brothers vs. Indus Sher (Veer Mahaan & Sanga) for this Saturday’s NXT Deadline premium live event.

Storyline wise, Julius Creed is suffering from a rib injury and can’t compete right now.

Veer’s injury isn’t said to be serious and he will recover in a month’s time and be ready to wrestle in India.

Wrestling Observer reported the following about Veer’s injury:

“The reason here is Veer is injured. They’re trying to protect him because Veer and Sanga have to be healthy for that India show that’s built all around them in mid-January, and there’s a lot of money involved.

They basically can’t risk him being hurt to miss that show, so they pulled him from this (NXT) show.

From my understanding, he absolutely 100% could wrestle, but they are being extra cautious. Anybody else in this world would wrestle with this kind of injury. It’s like a broken finger or something.”

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• Old School WWF Developmental Wrestler Would Have Celebrated His Birthday

Today would have been the 47th birthday of Old School WWF Developmental Wrestler Steve Bradley (Real name: Steven Bisson).

Steve Bradley was signed to a World Wrestling Federation contract from 1998 till 2002, but didn’t make it to WWF TV in those years and only competed in dark matches and at House Shows.

During those years, he was sent to various official WWF developmental territories such as Memphis Power Pro Wrestling, Ohio Valley Wrestling, Memphis Championship Wrestling and the Heartland Wrestling Association.

In 1999, Bradley trained with then upcoming Superstar Kurt Angle under the guidance of coach “Dr. of Desire” Tom Prichard.

When Angle was inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame in 2017, he mentioned Steve Bradley and thanked him for being an unsung hero.


December 10, 1975 – December 4, 2008

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