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RAW Wrestler Injured – Out Of Action For 6 Months, WWE Teasing A Brawl On RAW

Roman Reigns vs. Bobby Lashley Extreme Rules 2018

• Old School Wrestling Veteran Celebrates His Birthday

Old School WWF/WCW Veteran “Salvatore Sincere” aka Johnny Gunn (Real name: Tom Brandi) turns 52 today.

He’s probably best remembered for his time in the World Wrestling Federation as Salvatore Sincere and later also competing under his real name.

Some early 90s WCW Fans will also remember him as Johnny Gunn, who often teamed up with “The Z-Man” Tom Zenk.

HAPPY BIRTHDAY TOM BRANDI!

• WWE Teasing A Brawl On RAW

WWE is teasing that “The Big Dog” Roman Reigns and Bobby Lashley might go at it on tonight’s go-home edition of Extreme Rules 2018. Below is what WWE posted:

One versus all (but mainly Bobby Lashley)

“Whether you consider him a proud, fighting Superstar or simply overconfident, you have to admit that Roman Reigns would have fared better against The Revival this past Monday night if he had tagged in his partner, Bobby Lashley.

Already battle-weary after teaming with Seth Rollins against Intercontinental Champion Dolph Ziggler & Drew McIntyre, Reigns refused to tag in Lashley during their match against Scott Dawson & Dash Wilder, “Top Guys” who sought to prove they earned that moniker in a rematch against the warring partners.

The merciless Revival ultimately got themselves disqualified, and when they continued the brutality after the bell, Lashley literally turned his back on The Big Dog.

Reigns and Lashley are set to go one-on-one for the first time ever at WWE Extreme Rules, but based on their recent history, don’t be surprised if they get a little impatient Monday night.”

• RAW Wrestler Injured – Out Of Action For 6 Months

WWE has announced that RAW wrestler Fandango has suffered a shoulder injury and will undergo surgery. He’s now expected to be out of action for 6 months.

Below is what WWE posted:

“WWE has learned that Fandango has suffered a Left Labrum tear in his shoulder and will require surgery to fix the issue.

With surgery scheduled for this Tuesday, Fandango Tweeted Sunday morning and speculated that he could be out of action for six months.”

Below is what WWF Attitude Era Superstar Road Dogg tweeted to Fandango:

        
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