‘We did the year check-up and…’ - Big E opens up about his injury during WWE SummerSlam 2023 press conference

Here is what WWE superstar Big E has shared to his fans about his injury ahead of the SummerSlam 2023 in Michigan

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The 36th annual SummerSlam professional wrestling pay-per-view (PPV) event is all set to take place in Michigan on 6 August 2023. But, ahead of the event, WWE superstar, Big E opened up about his injury during the SummerSlam press conference. Currently, he is out of action due to a neck injury during a match in March 2022 in SmackDown.  


Later, it was got confirmed that he fractured his C1 and C6 vertebrae. Now, Big E revealed that Doctor has advised him not to wrestle anymore in his life after all the needed checkups. The New Day member also confirmed that there is no such nerve pain that has been bothering him and currently, he is not having a timeline.

“I would like to do other things with my life.” - Big E

He said: "We did the year check-up and all that stuff looked great, but on the other side, I also talked to spine specialists, people who have worked on other people in the company and done their fusions and they said, 'Hey, I would not wrestle again if I were you."


"For me, at 37, these are things that I think about. I think about quality of life. When I started this job at 23 and probably had a bit of a death wish and was okay at dying in the ring, I would now like to not die in the ring. I would like to do other things with my life. I don't really have a timeline right now. I'm just really grateful to not have any nerve pain," Big E concluded. 

Speaking about Big E’s achievements so far, he has won the WWE Championship once. Along with it, he has won the WWE Intercontinental Championship twice and the NXT Championship once. From 2014 to 2022, he was a part of New Day and he won the WWE Tag Team Championships eight times. He won the Money in the Bank also in 2021. He rejoined the New Day in 2022. 

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