Bray Wyatt was involved in a head-on car accident in Tampa, Florida on Friday, according to WWE.com.
The Raw Tag Team Champion suffered "multiple injuries" in the collision. His car was totalled, and he was taken to Tampa General Hospital immediately after, but has since been released.
According to the write-up, Wyatt was on his way to the airport to travel to a couple of house show bookings that weekend. He missed those events, and was also absent from Raw, leaving tag partner Matt Hardy to tackle The B Team alone.
TMZ Sports caught up with Wyatt over the weekend, with 'The Eater Of Worlds' telling them "I'm gonna live through it, because I can't die." They noted that he was in good spirits throughout and is already moving around following the accident.
There's currently no word on the extent of Wyatt's injuries or how much more time he'll miss. Him and Hardy are currently scheduled to defend their titles against Curtis Axel and Bo Dallas at Extreme Rules (July 15) though, so fans should expect confirmation before then.
Though Bray's accident sounds like it could've been a lot worse, here's hoping he makes a full recovery and returns to television before long.
A caffeine-dependent life-form from the frozen wastes of north east Scotland. He once tried to start a revolution but didn't print enough pamphlets, so hardly anyone turned up. Give him a follow @andyhmurray. You'll have a great time. Maybe.