WWE.com has released an official statement on Kane following an attack at the hands of the newly debuting Wyatt Family.
“Due to the head and neck trauma suffered by Kane, we precautiously immobilized his cervical spine with a cervical collar. He’s been transported to a local trauma facility and is currently undergoing further evaluation.”
Following the attack, Kane was carted off on a stretcher and taken to a local medical facility.
“After [Kane] was put into the ambulance, he was coherent; he was speaking to us and following simple commands. The biggest concern that we have is any sort of brain or cervical spine trauma that may be significant enough to either warrant surgery, or an extended period of time away from the ring.”
Obviously this is a storyline injury used to promote the debut of the Wyatt Family, but given WWE's recent crack down (both in story and real life) on concussions, there's a good chance that Kane could be removed from this weekend's WWE All-Stars Money in the Bank match.