WWE RAW's Braun Strowman injured, will miss 4-8 weeks after surgery

Danny Woods
May 10, 2017

Earlier this year, she returned under the Emmalina persona, only to denounce the character and return to the sidelines, where she would remain until the April 3 episode of Raw.

For everyone else, it was merely par for the course during WWE's annual trip to Europe.

Braun Strowman might miss the next "Monday Night Raw" pay-per-view because of an injury.

This wasn't an official heel turn, an idea that will likely remain an impossible dream of sorts for WWE fans, but Reigns acted like anything but a typical babyface with how calculated and deliberate his payback was for what has now become a handful of brutal attacks in recent weeks.

The main event of the night saw Bray Wyatt squaring off against Dean Ambrose.

Big fan of WWE? I am not sure why, but whatever. Ambrose and The Miz will be co-general managers of Raw for the evening, as Kurt Angle is not in attendance. With the Miz of course, as having Dean Ambrose as the only general manager was a bit too unpredictable as Stephanie McMahon explained. Strowman says that when his arm heals (he's expected to be out action for 1-2 months), he will destroy Roman Reigns and then he is taking out Brock Lesnar. Roman Reigns's music hit. Ambrose offered Miz a handshake.

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Enter Kalisto, who stumbled his way into a promo and found himself in another match against the one-armed Strowman, why? Finn Balor faced the Miz in the opening match.

Unless the WWE wants to put him in a match with Brock Lesnar without any lead-in, the WWE needs to find a new number one contender on Monday Night Raw. I really enjoyed the ending to Miz's bout against Balor as he attempted to win by forcing the referee to call the match, after Balor unintentionally put his hands on the ref.

Solid bounce back from an bad opening.

Miz congratulated Ambrose on ending Kalisto's career.

The WWE RAW ratings and viewership figures are in for the May 1st edition of the show, and the news is not good. Bliss takes advantage of the slight distraction by knocking James off of the top turnbuckle with a forearm. Afterward, Bayley chased Bliss to the back. After all, Bray Wyatt was theoretically about to begin a feud with Finn Balor on Raw, but this now seems to be completely dropped, with Finn Balor and Bray Wyatt not interacting at all on Raw this week.

The other name is Seth Rollins, who continues to feud with Samoa Joe. "I'm about to jack up the volume and your life is about to get very loud", Joe said. Just doing that simple backstage segment made me pull for them in a way I've never done before, and I was kind of bummed they didn't get the win against Cesaro and Sheamus. Bliss then knocked Mickie out the corner for the pin.

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