Kevin Owens is back in the ring



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Kevin Owens is back in the ring

According to reports from several fans who were present at the WWE November 13 event, that is, last Sunday, in Madison, Wisconsin, it seemed that Kevin Owens had fallen incorrectly on his right knee and seemed to be very sore, until the end of the dispute, as well as while returning backstage.

As reported by the Ringside News site, shortly after in fact: "News emerges from Madison's WWE live event, Kevin Owens slammed his right knee and appears to be very sore. He was helped by the referees in the post-match to return to the backstage, with the feud over shortly.

This may or may not be legitimate. But it's still sad. Hopefully Kevin Owens is well and only needed the referee's help for this event. There doesn't seem to have been any commercials where he could get himself so badly in the dispute."

In the end, after missing Monday Night Raw, Kevin Owens came back by surprise to Friday Night Smackdown, tonight, joining the all-European stable, formed by the Brawling Brutes and Drew McIntyre, who were looking for a last ally for the Survivor Series: War Games.

Kevin Owens has thus joined the faces, to go and give her a holy reason to the whole Bloodline in the main event of the blue show.

Kevin Owens is back

Apparently, Kevin Owens' injury would already be back under control, with the Canadian already having his first match against Austin Theory tonight, with whom he had feared a feud in the last live events.

After suffering from an alleged strain to a ligament in his leg, Kevin Owens seems to have recovered completely or almost, so much so that tonight he put on a show in that of the post-Smackdown, when the cameras went off, going against Austin Theory in one Street Fight match.

After having his confrontation with the Bloodline, Owens is back to getting serious with Theory, in a match in which he did not seem at all injured or in any case with obvious physical problems. It therefore seems that his presence for the Survivor Series will not be doubted in the least.

"Last year at some point, I was going back to NXT. It was all in motion and it was going to happen, and then it didn't. To say that's a thought that crossed my mind would be an understatement, but I would tell you right now that that's not the case anymore.

That's just not where I'm at anymore. Now, I want to be on Raw or be on SmackDown and just fight like hell to create some memorable moments for everybody. That's all I want at this point."