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WWE Superstar has been wrestling with a BROKEN RIB

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The wrestling world is abuzz with the news that a significant WWE title will not be defended at the much-anticipated SummerSlam event.

The Undisputed WWE Tag Team Championship, currently held by the dynamic duo of Sami Zayn and Kevin Owens, will not be featured at the Detroit premium live event.

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The Reason Behind the Absence

The reason for this unexpected turn of events is an injury sustained by Kevin Owens. The Wrestling Observer Newsletter has confirmed that Owens is taking time off due to a broken rib.

This news comes as a shock to many fans who were eagerly awaiting the defence of the Undisputed WWE Tag Team Championship at SummerSlam.

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The Injury and its Impact on WWE

Dave Meltzer has confirmed that Owens had been wrestling with a broken rib for “a while.” This revelation underscores the dedication and commitment of Owens to his craft and his fans.

However, the severity of the injury has necessitated a break from the ring, impacting the SummerSlam card.

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The WWE Reign of Owens and Zayn

The team of Owens and Zayn has been a force to reckon with in the WWE. They won the WWE Tag Team Championship from the Usos in the main event of WrestleMania 39 Saturday in April.

Their reign has been marked by memorable matches and intense rivalries. Owens’ most recent match was on the July 17th edition of Raw, where he and Zayn successfully defended their title against Priest and Mysterio.

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