Former WWE Tag Team Champion Billy Gunn is said to have suffered an injury at Sunday night's WrestleMania 30 pay-per-view event.
WWE physician Dr. Chris Amann spoke with WWE.com regarding Gunn's injury after taking a triple powerbomb, along with his partner Road Dogg, from The Shield. Dr. Amann stated that after taking the maneuver, Gunn developed a hemoptysis, Dr. Amann says "is the medical term for coughing up blood."
Dr. Amann stated the following to WWE.com:
"We brought him back and evaluated him immediately, checked his oxygen, his blood pressure...everything was stable. We got some X-rays of his chest, which did not show any evidence of a collapsed lung, so our diagnosis right now is that he most likely ruptured a small blood vessel that caused bleeding to the airways and, subsequently, coughing up blood."
As far as Gunn's current condition is concerned, Dr. Amann says updates will be provided as soon as more information is made available.
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