• RAW Star Undergoes Surgery
On last week’s RAW, Bobby Lashley successfully retained the WWE Championship by defeating RAW Tag Team Champion Randy Orton (this happened before Big E successfully cashed-in his Money In The Bank contract to become the new WWE Champion).
During the match, Orton took out MVP with an RKO on the floor outside the ring.
WWE has announced that MVP suffered broken ribs due to this and is out indefinitely.
— WWE (@WWE) September 17, 2021
This is obviously a kayfabe (storyline) injury, which was used to write MVP off WWE programming for the time being.
MVP has now undergone knee surgery. He injured his knee during a 6-man tag team match earlier this year in February.
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• On This Day In Pro Wrestling History (September 21, 2003) – WWE Unforgiven 2003
On this day in Pro Wrestling history on September 21, 2003, World Wrestling Entertainment aired ‘WWE Unforgiven 2003’ LIVE on PPV from the Giant Center in Hershey, Pennsylvania.
The PPV theme song of this single brand (RAW) pay-per-view was “Enemy” by the band ‘Sevendust’.
Here are the PPV results:
Tables match – World Tag Team Championship: The Dudley Boyz defeated La Résistance (c)
Stacy Keibler’s services & Steiner’s services: Test defeated Scott Steiner
Randy Orton defeated Shawn Michaels
Lita & Trish Stratus defeated Gail Kim & Molly Holly
Last Man Standing: Kane defeated Shane McMahon
WWE Intercontinental Championship: Christian (c) defeated Chris Jericho and Rob Van Dam
The right to be the commentators for RAW: Al Snow & Jonathan Coachman defeated Jerry Lawler & Jim Ross
Title vs. Career – World Heavyweight Championship: Goldberg defeated Triple H (c)