Five injured WWE Superstars who are sorely missed on TV right now

Ruby AgarwalRuby Agarwal
November 16 2023
Five injured WWE superstars who are sorely missed on TV right now

In the ever-evolving world of WWE, where the intensity of the squared circle often leads to injuries, the absence of certain superstars leaves a void that’s challenging to fill. Despite the company’s vast roster, there are a few names whose presence is sorely missed on TV, eliciting anticipation for their triumphant comebacks. Here, we discuss the top five injured WWE superstars whose absence is keenly felt by the WWE Universe.

5. Big E: A missing beat in the New Day harmony

Big E, a beloved fan favorite, skyrocketed in popularity after capturing the WWE Championship. However, the joy was short-lived as he broke his neck during a SmackDown episode on March 11, 2022, leading to his hospitalization. The New Day, a powerhouse trio, has been on hiatus for over a year and a half due to serious injuries, with Big E’s absence cutting the strength of the faction in half.

While Big E’s recovery is progressing well, the uncertainty surrounding his return keeps fans on edge. The prospect of a surprise return and a potential reunion with the New Day hints at the possibility of an exciting storyline involving this charismatic faction.

4. Braun Strowman: The monster among men’s silence

Braun Strowman’s surprise return to WWE on September 5, 2022, was a moment of elation for fans. His association with Ricochet added a new dynamic to his character. Unfortunately, a neck injury in May 2023 forced Strowman into an early retirement. As the most popular giant in WWE, Strowman’s absence is deeply felt, especially as fans yearn for his return to the ring.

The Monster of Monsters paid tribute to his late friend Bray Wyatt on the August 25 episode of SmackDown, showcasing his emotional depth. The WWE Universe eagerly awaits the day when the iconic silhouette of Strowman reappears, promising a resurgence of awe and excitement.

3. Randy Orton: The viper’s stealthy absence

Randy Orton, a seasoned WWE veteran, has been out of action since May 2022 due to a back injury. Reports suggest that Orton is fully fit and ready to make a triumphant return. Fans anticipate that the Viper’s comeback will bring about even better performances than before, with the possibility of reigniting his feud with the Undisputed WWE Universal Champion, Roman Reigns.

A dangerous attack by Roman and The Usos on Randy during a Blue Brand episode forced him into a period of rest. The WWE Universe eagerly awaits the return of this seasoned warrior, ready to strike with his signature venom.

2. Sheamus: The Celtic warrior’s silence

Sheamus, one of WWE’s most respected heels, has been absent from action since August 2022 due to a neck injury. A former WWE Champion, King of the Ring, and Royal Rumble winner, Sheamus is a charismatic and hard-hitting brawler. The exact date of his return remains unknown, leaving fans eager to witness the Celtic Warrior’s impactful comeback.

1. Alexa Bliss: The goddess awaits her return

Alexa Bliss, a prominent figure in the women’s division, has been out of action since October 2021 due to a concussion. A former Raw Women’s Champion, SmackDown Women’s Champion, and Money in the Bank winner, Bliss is renowned for her quirky personality and strong connection with the audience. Her return date remains uncertain, leaving fans eagerly anticipating the moment when the Goddess graces the ring once again.


In the realm of WWE, the absence of these superstars is palpable, emphasizing the physical toll that professional wrestling exacts. The WWE Universe eagerly awaits their returns, ready to welcome back these resilient warriors and relish the electrifying moments they bring to the ring.

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