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WWE BREAKING NEWS: Kennedy's Curse Continues, Suffers Yet Another Injury

Adam WrightSenior Analyst IAugust 7, 2008

In the WWE, I doubt that there's another in the company with worse luck than Mr. Kennedy.

When he captured Money In The Bank at Wrestlemania a couple years ago, he had to relinquish it to Edge, due to an injury that put him out for months until he was drafted to RAW.

Upon his return, there were big plans for the Loud Mouth from Green Bay. It was expected that Kennedy himself would of been revealed as Vince McMahon's illegitimate child. But, yet again, plans were changed because Kennedy was suspended in violation of the WWE Wellness Program.

After serving his suspension, he returned to RAW, but just managed to putter around. Fans were screaming to push this talent. Our prayers might have been answered when Kennedy was drafted back to his home...Smackdown!

Last week, we saw an incredible match-up between Mr. Kennedy and the U.S Champion Shelton Benjamin. Kennedy scored the non-title pinfall, which no doubt made him the No. 1 Contender for Benjamin's title.

Cue the curse!

During a SD/ECW house show last Monday, Kennedy suffered a dislocated shoulder in a match against Benjamin. It is expected that he will be out of action at least a few weeks, depending an MRI.

This would mean their program will be put on hold, which means another missed opportunity from this very talented superstar.

Kennedy, on behalf on all WWE fans, we wish you a good and quick recovery.

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