— Kevin Owens suffered a knee injury last weekend at a house show and while his status remains murky forward, it appears he is already rehabbing it in hopes of being able to compete at WWE Survivor Series later this month.
— On the latest Wrestling Observer Radio, Dave Meltzer confirmed that Owens is rehabbing his injury at WWE’s Performance Center in hopes of trying to make it for the main event of Survivor Series, which is expected to feature a WarGames clash between him, Butch, Sheamus, Ridge Holland & Drew McIntyre against The Bloodline (Roman Reigns, Usos, Solo Sikoa & Sami Zayn). Owens was expected to get his injury evaluated on Monday but apparently that didn’t happen so it’s still unknown how long he will be sidelined. It is believed he is dealing with a sprained MCL.
— Meltzer speculated that Friday’s Smackdown will be telling in that if WWE runs an angle or throws someone else into the storyline, it will be a clear sign that they don’t believe Owens will be healthy enough to compete at Survivor Series. For what it’s worth, anecdotal notes suggest that Owens is “not moving very well” at the moment.