Seth Rollins deliverer a curb stomp to Dean Ambrose onto concrete blocks to close out Monday’s edition of RAW.
The WWE says that Ambrose suffered extensive head and spine trauma. He was stretchered away from the ring following RAW but later left the arena under his own power.
The latest story line article on the WWE’s website has a quote from WWE physician Dr. Chris Amann.
“As you saw during the match with Dean Ambrose and Seth Rollins, toward the end of the match, Dean had sustained what we thought was pretty significant head and cervical spine trauma, so as a precaution we immobilized his neck, placed him on a stretcher and removed him from the ring area and brought him backstage,” said Amann.
The WWE could not fully evaluate Ambrose’s injuries as he removed himself from the stretcher and refused medical attention.
“At the time of bringing him backstage, he was responsive and was refusing transport to a local medical facility for further evaluation,” said Amann. “He had removed the straps and surgical collar, said he refused to go and we haven’t seen him since.”
Ambrose is scheduled to begin filming WWE Studios’ Lockdown soon which explain the need to remove him from television for the time being.