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WWE Has An Injury Crisis At The Moment

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The article discusses the ongoing injury crisis in WWE, specifically focusing on a former Women’s Champion who got injured and had to be replaced in the Queen of the Ring Tournament. The King and Queen of the Ring tournaments commenced on WWE RAW recently, and the need for substitutions arose early on.

Before the show, it was announced that Drew McIntyre couldn’t participate, leading to Jey Uso stepping in to face Finn Balor in the opening match. Later, Dakota Kai disclosed that Asuka from Damage CTRL was also sidelined post-Backlash and would miss the current show. As a result, Dakota Kai had to step in as a replacement in the Queen of the Ring Tournament.

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Asuka was slated to face RAW newcomer Lyra Valkyria. This match marks Asuka’s debut on the red brand since her call-up during the recent WWE Draft. At Backlash, Asuka and Kairi Sane lost their Women’s Tag Team Championship to Jade Cargill and Bianca Belair after a KOD was executed on Asuka by her own partner. The nature of Asuka’s injury remains undisclosed, but it is confirmed that she will not be participating in the Queen of the Ring Tournament, which concludes in Saudi Arabia on May 25th.

The article sheds light on the challenges WWE is facing due to injuries, forcing last-minute replacements and adjustments in the ongoing tournaments. The unpredictability of injuries in professional wrestling adds a layer of complexity to the storytelling and booking of matches. Fans are left speculating on the impact of these changes on the tournament outcomes and the future direction of the WWE roster.

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