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Top RAW Wrestler Possibly Injured At Survivor Series 2020

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• Top RAW Wrestler Possibly Injured At Survivor Series 2020

The Men’s Team RAW clean sweeped the Men’s Team SmackDown at the Survivor Series pay-per-view this past Sunday.

The following night on RAW, all 5 members of the team got into a fight for a shot at Drew McIntyre’s WWE Championship. AJ Styles, Keith Lee and Riddle will battle next week on RAW in a Triple-Threat match for a shot at the Title.

The Wrestling Observer had previously reported that the plan for TLC is for McIntyre to defend the Title against Braun Strowman.

On Wrestling Observer Radio, Dave Meltzer discussed Strowman’s suspension angle and said that it’s being done because he possibly suffered a knee injury at Survivor Series. He would’ve gotten a Title shot against McIntyre directly, and the qualifying matches done on RAW were a “last minute thing”.

“Word going around is he’s injured and that’s why WWE did the headbutt and suspension angle.”

It was also noted that even if the suspension is not to “cover up the injury”, it may be a way to build more heat for Strowman heading into TLC. He’s set to get a Title shot either way.

However, if his injury is serious, then WWE does have a backup plan.

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• Old School WWF Veteran Celebrates His Birthday

Old School WWF Veteran Chainz (Real name: Brian Lee Harris) celebrates his 54th birthday today.

Known in other promotions like Smoky Mountain Wrestling and Extreme Championship Wrestling as “Prime Time” Brian Lee and “Bulldozer” Brian Lee, he is probably a lot more famous for his 1994 WWF stint, where he played the character of The Undertaker (imposter), when “The Million Dollar Man” brought in a FAKE Undertaker that looked almost exactly like the original one, Mark Calaway.

When Brian Lee returned to the World Wrestling Federation 3 years later in 1997, he was known as Chainz, a proud member of The Disciples of Apocalypse along with Crush, Skull & 8-Ball.


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