Report: Drew McIntyre Injured Knee At Live Event; Said To Be Okay

An update on Drew McIntyre.

Over the weekend, Feb. 23, it was reported that Drew McIntyre suffered an injury during his match with Dean Ambrose at a WWE live event in Tupelo. After McIntyre hit Ambrose with the Claymore Kick, the referee threw up the "X" and McIntyre had to be helped to the back. 

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Dave Meltzer of the Wrestling Observer reports that McIntyre did injure his knee in the bout, but is said to be "okay." McIntyre would wrestle Ambrose the next night at a live event in Montgomery, indicating that he was cleared for physical contact.

McIntyre is currently advertised to appear on tonight's episode of Raw.

Meltzer also provided an update of Noam Dar and Mark Andrews, both of whom suffered injuries at the NXT UK tapings over the weekend. Dar suffered a knee injury and is expected to get his knee looked at once he returns to the United States. There was no official diagnosis on Andrews, but he got knocked out during the match and believed to have suffered a concussion. You can read Fightful's full report on both injuries here.

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