Before closing out WWE Live in Mannheim, Germany, Seth Rollins & Dean Ambrose express their gratitude for a great WWE Live tour throughout Europe.11/13/2017 - 16:15
After Raw goes off the air, The Monster Among Men rises from the hole in the ring created during his brawl with Kane.11/13/2017 - 23:45
After Kalisto & Akira Tozawa's loss to Enzo Amore & Drew Gulak on Raw, The King of Flight looks ahead to his WWE Cruiserweight Championship opportunity at Survivor Series.11/13/2017 - 23:00
UPDATE: Daniel Bryan not medically cleared to compete on Raw
WWE.com can confirm that Daniel Bryan suffered a shoulder injury as a result of being handcuffed and attacked by WWE COO Triple H in the final moments of last night's Raw.
WWE medical sources confirm that, as a result of the COO's attack, Bryan's previous shoulder injury stemming from several matches with several Superstars was severely exasperated, including a dislocation and potential ligament tears. The level of damage cannot be determined until the swelling reduces, though Bryan has since left the hospital and will receive an MRI once that swelling has gone down.
UPDATE (FRI 3/21): According to Dr. Amann, Daniel Bryan has suffered a shoulder subluxation (partially dislocated). The ligament in question is stretched and he has capsular swelling.
However, Bryan’s labrum is structurally intact, so surgery will not be necessary. While the doctor has recommended rest, Bryan has vowed to continue to participate in all his scheduled live events.
UPDATE (MON 3/24): WWE.com has obtained fan footage of Bryan honoring his word, moments after competing in a Steel Cage Match during this weekend's WWE Live Events, though WWE medical staff confirmed that Bryan has not been medically cleared to compete on Raw. The "Yes!" man confirmed his status to the WWE Universe via Twitter.