With Braun Strowman set to face Kane, The Shield in action and more, here is your preview of tonight's Raw.12/11/2017 - 13:45
While visiting the Facebook offices in Abu Dhabi, The Shield's Dean Ambrose is surprised with birthday cake while Seth Rollins arm-wrestles YouTube's DvLZGaME host Ahmed Al-Nasheet.12/08/2017 - 12:30
The King of Kings heads to the ring to personally deliver a message to Intercontinental Champion Roman Reigns, his opponent for Friday night's WWE Live Event in Abu Dhabi.12/07/2017 - 17:00
It's official: Three huge matches involving the members of The Shield have been made for this Monday's Raw. Cathy Kelley reveals who will be in action on Monday.12/07/2017 - 13:45
In the wake of Survivor Series, The Phenomenal One rockets up the standings in WWE.com's quarterly Power Rankings. Is Styles the No. 1 Superstar?11/30/2017 - 11:30
Relive The Big Dog's Intercontinental Championship victory over The Miz on Raw from a whole new perspective.11/21/2017 - 15:15
The Miz was irate after losing his Intercontinental Championship to Roman Reigns, but the vocal A-Lister was soon silenced by The Hounds of Justice.11/21/2017 - 01:00
Dean Ambrose suffers injury on Raw but refuses treatment
Despite suffering what was deemed to be extensive head and spine trauma after being Curb Stomped through a pile of cinder blocks by Seth Rollins on Raw, Dean Ambrose has not only refused treatment but is reportedly missing after escaping WWE medical personnel altogether.
“As you saw during the match with Dean Ambrose and Seth Rollins, toward the end of the match, Dean had sustained what we thought was pretty significant head and cervical spine trauma, so as a precaution we immobilized his neck, placed him on a stretcher and removed him from the ring area and brought him backstage,” WWE physician Dr. Chris Amann told WWE.com.
Dr. Amann went on to say that Ambrose’s exact injuries could not be determined thanks to his refusal of treatment, and further tests are impossible at this time as WWE trainers simply cannot find the notoriously unstable former U.S. Champion.
“At the time of bringing him backstage, he was responsive and was refusing transport to a local medical facility for further evaluation,” said Amann. “He had removed the straps and surgical collar, said he refused to go and we haven’t seen him since.”
Please stay with WWE.com for more on Ambrose’s condition and whereabouts.