WWE: The 10 Wrestler Injuries with the Worst Possible Timing

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WWE: The 10 Wrestler Injuries with the Worst Possible Timing

Every wrestler strives to be the Champion, and every wrestle will get injured at some during their wrestling career, whether it is a minor injury or a major injury is a different matter.

Some wrestlers are lucky and go through their career only having minor injuries and no major injuries, whereas other wrestlers are not so lucky and end up having several serious injuries or even worse, get injured at the worst time.   

For a wrestler to get injured at a turning point in their career is not only frustrating for them, but also for the fans. You wait months to see your favorite wrestler become Champion, and then they get injured and have to be sidelined for several months.

Injuries are wrestlers' and fans' worst enemy. Not only do they ruin a good storyline, but they also stall a wrestler's career, and sometimes they even prevent the wrestler from getting their chance to shine that they once were promised. 

Some wrestlers even put off surgery or taking time of to heal wounds because they are so dedicated to wrestling and the fans. Obviously it is not recommend by doctors to postpone nagging injuries in a bid to please the fans, but no one appreciates wrestlers' dedication to their job more than the wrestling fans. 

In a perfect world, wrestlers would never get injured and everyone would be happy, but unfortunately that is not how things roll in the wrestling business. Wrestlers will always get injured. 

So in light of this rather frustrating matter, what else is there to do than to write an article about the top 10 wrestlers injuries with the worst timing? Here is a list of the 10 most frustrating injuries in WWE that happened at the worst and most annoying time. 

(Note: This slideshow focuses on the last 10 years in WWE and is in no particular order)

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