Cara Noir Suffered Three Fractures In Steel Cage Match At PROGRESS Wrestling Chapter 151

Cara Noir is dealing with multiple fractures.

In a tweet, Noir revealed that, 18 days after he faced PROGRESS World Champion Spike Trivet in a Steel Cage match at PROGRESS Wrestling Chapter 151 on April 23, he finally got a diagnosis. He stated that he wrestled for 20 minutes on three fractures.

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Specifically, Noir noted that he suffered an intra-articular fracture to the cuboid, a chip on the calcaneus, and a chip on the navicular. Noir also wrote that he has a "spot of traumatic arthritis on the talus and ligament damage."

PROGRESS Wrestling commented on the news and wishes Noir a speedy recovery. In the statement, the company wrote that Noir's ability to power through the match with his injuries was a true testament to him, and it will never be forgotten.

Noir has not wrestled since PROGRESS Chapter 151, and it is unclear how long he will be out of action.

Fightful wishes Noir well in his recovery, and we will provide more information as it becomes available.

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