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WWE SmackDown: Rising Superstar injured during the show

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In a shocking turn of events during the recent WWE SmackDown episode, Elton Prince, one-half of Pretty Deadly, sustained a significant injury.

The incident has left fans and fellow wrestlers alike concerned about the future of this rising superstar.

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An Unexpected Twist in the Ring

The July 14th episode of WWE SmackDown was filled with the usual high-octane action, but it took an unexpected turn when Elton Prince and his partner, Kit Wilson, faced off against Sheamus and Ridge Holland of the Brawling Brutes.

The match was intense, with Pretty Deadly emerging victorious after Prince pinned Holland following a strategic move involving the exposed turnbuckle.

However, the victory was bittersweet. Elton Prince, despite his triumphant performance, left the ring in a sling, raising questions about his condition.

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WWE SmackDown Injury: A Separated Shoulder

Post-match reports from PWInsider confirmed the worst fears of fans and fellow wrestlers. Elton Prince had suffered a separated shoulder, a painful and debilitating injury that could potentially sideline him for an extended period.

The exact duration of his absence from the ring remains uncertain, adding to the anxiety surrounding his condition.

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The Impact on Pretty Deadly

The injury to Elton Prince is a significant blow to Pretty Deadly, a team that has been making waves in the WWE universe.

Their unique blend of athleticism and charisma has won them a legion of fans, and Prince’s absence will undoubtedly be felt.

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