— To update the health condition of former WWE star Mark Canterbury (“Henry O. Godwin), PWInsider.com is reporting that he had some mild improvement over the weekend.
Canterbury drove his car off a cliff last week in West Virginia and had both his spleen and appendix removed on Wednesday. While performing surgery, doctors discovered a tumor in his appendix, resulting in its removal. His leg was broken in three places, and both of his lungs were punctured. He also suffered thirteen broken ribs.
The top priority at this point is to focus on healing his punctured lungs.
— SmackDown superstar Christian left WWE’s recent European tour early due to injury. Upon returning home from the states and visiting doctors, he’s been diagnosed with a severe high ankle sprain.
At this time, it’s unknown how long he’ll be out of action, but he’s been pulled from the “Team Orton vs. Team Barrett” elimination match at Sunday’s Survivor Series pay-per-view.