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Alexa Bliss Missed RAW Due To An Emergency

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• Alexa Bliss Missed RAW Due To An Emergency

Former Women’s Champion Alexa Bliss didn’t appear on tonight’s RAW due to an emergency with her pet pig, Larry.

She posted the following on Instagram earlier today:

“Anyone know an emergency vet that will specifically treat pigs?

Larry is very ill, can’t move or walk. In a lot of pain. His usual pig vet said she is not comfortable treating him in his current condition.

Most vets are not comfortable treating pigs.

If anyone knows of a pig vet please let me know.”

UPDATE: Alexa Bliss Heartbroken Over The Death Of Her Pet


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While Alexa and Lily (her doll) didn’t appear physically on RAW, their characters were still used storyline wise, when an explosion on the ramp blinded Reginald during the Women’s Tag Team Title main event (Lily did the same thing to Reginald last week).

Also Read: Results From Tonight’s RAW – Title Match Announced For The Hell In A Cell 2021 PPV

• On This Day In Pro Wrestling History (May 24, 2009) – TNA Sacrifice 2009

On this day in Pro Wrestling history on May 24, 2009, Total Nonstop Action aired ‘TNA Sacrifice 2009’ LIVE on PPV from the TNA Impact! Zone at the Universal Studios in Orlando, Florida.

This was the 5th Sacrifice pay-per-view out of 9, that aired between 2005 and 2014. From 2016 onwards, it became simply a TV special / Impact Plus special.

Here are the results:

Lethal Consequences & Eric Young defeated The Motor City Machine Guns & Sheikh Abdul Bashir

Monster’s Ball: Taylor Wilde defeated Daffney

TNA X Division Championship: Suicide (c) wrestled Christopher Daniels to a draw

TNA Women’s Knockout Championship: Angelina Love (c) vs Awesome Kong

Samoa Joe defeated Kevin Nash

Team 3D Invitational Tag Team Tournament: Beer Money Inc. defeated British Invasion

I Quit – TNA Legends Championship: AJ Styles (c) defeated Booker T

Ultimate Sacrifice: Sting defeated Mick Foley and Kurt Angle and Jeff Jarrett

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