As noted, A match between the teams on the March 11 episode of SmackDown saw Holland delivering an overhead belly-to-belly suplex to Big E at ringside, resulting in Big E landing on the top of his head; Big E was later placed on a stretcher and taken to a hospital.
On social media, Big E stated that he had suffered a broken neck, with fractures to his C1 vertebrae and C6 vertebrae, but no ligament or spinal cord injury. He also said that he would not require surgery for his injury.
Big E recently appeared on latest edition of The MMA Hour and revealed that WWE Has Taken Care Of him, There's Been No Medical Expense On his End.
"Yeah, I'm still getting paid, I have no complaints with the way they have taken care of me. I've been paid very regularly. My money hasn't gone down at all. They've also helped me they sent me like a bone stimulator as well to help accelerate the growth of the bone. Medical has been there, they've done a great job. There's been no expense either with my medical stuff. So yes, I've been taken care of for sure."
Big E talked about how he'll still make a role for himself on television, even if it isn't in the ring.
"I think it has to make sense I'd have to be able to carve out a role that I think is that makes sense for me. So yeah, just because I'm not wrestling anymore, if that is indeed the case, that doesn't mean that I can't find a way to still be involved."
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