Braun Strowman suffers a "broken elbow", Monday Night Raw

adminNovember 20, 2018




WWE confirmed that Braun Strowman suffered a "broken elbow" after a brutal attack on Monday Night Raw.

The Monster among the men was left bloody and beaten after the triple assault of Baron Corbin, Bobby Lashley and Drew McIntyre.

The fans immediately worried about the welfare of the giant when they heard him tell the doctors: "I can not feel my fingers at this time."

Strowman, who helped Raw to a clean sweep in Survivor Series, will face incumbent general manager Corbin in the main event at WWE's next pay-per-view, TLC, on December 17.

You will receive a chance for the universal title of Brock Lesnar at the Royal Rumble if he triumphs.

However, his participation in TLC is now under threat after the company issued a statement about his condition. And it was not good news for Strowman and his fans.

"As reported by Michael Cole during the broadcast of Monday Night Raw, Braun Strowman suffered a blow to the elbow at the hands of Drew McIntyre, Bobby Lashley and the interim general manager of Baron Corbin," the statement said.

"During the Combat by the Six-man Elimination Team tonight, Drew McIntyre, Bobby Lashley and Acting Acting General Manager Baron Corbin brutally assaulted Braun Strowman and crushed the right arm of The Monster Among Men with the steps of steel.

"WWE.com can confirm that Strowman suffered serious injuries in the attack and is being evaluated by WWE medical staff to determine the extent of the damage."

The hit is most likely part of WWE history, but only last week Becky Lynch suffered a fracture in Raw's nose.

The champion of SmackDown Live Women led an invasion in the female roster of the red mark, but Nia Jax caught him with a fist during hand-to-hand combat.

Doctors excluded her from her champion against champion match with Ronda Rousey in the Sunday Survivor Series, with Charlotte Flair intervening to take her place.

This article originally appeared in The Sun and was reproduced with permission.



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