Source: The Wrestling Observer
UPDATE x 2: As noted in previous articles (and below), Bray Wyatt appeared to suffer a calf injury during his six-man tag-team match on Saturday night's WWE live event in Providence, Rhode Island. A fan captured the following photo, which is very blurry and hard to make out, but reveals that Wyatt left the arena with the use of crutches. You can click here to view a photo of Wyatt leaving the arena on crutches last night. More soon.
UPDATE: Bray Wyatt suffered a calf injury of some kind during his match on Saturday in Providence, Rhode Island as opposed to a knee injury. The injury was to the right leg and while there aren't many details, the injury is not believed to be a serious one.
ORIGINAL: According to a live fan report from the WWE non-televised live event on Saturday night in Providence, Rhode Island, WWE Superstar and leader of The Wyatt Family, Bray Wyatt, may have suffered an injury during his match.
During the six-man tag-team match, Wyatt was reportedly chasing Darren Young of The Prime Time Players out of the ring until he landed wrong and immediately went to the ground before ultimately crawling back into the ring.
While The Wyatt Family would go on to finish and win the match, the referee did throw up the dreaded "X" symbol to signal a quick finish to the contest.
After the match was over, Erick Rowan and Luke Harper of The Wyatt Family carried Bray Wyatt out of the ring. Additionally, an eye-witness account from a fan in attendance claims Bray appeared to be in what was described as "obvious pain."
Check back here at eWrestlingNews.com for an update, as we will have more details on Bray Wyatt's condition on Sunday morning.