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WWE Superstar Not Injured and Segment Returning?

(Dean Ambrose, photo via wwe.sportsnet.ca)

Kalisto Not Injured On Monday’s WWE Raw

Despite numerous rumors suggesting the opposite, WWE United States Champion Kalisto did not suffer any kind of an injury on Monday night’s edition of Raw during the match in which he teamed with Sin Cara against The Dudley Boyz in the first round of the WWE Tag Team Championship Number-One Contenders tournament. For those who may have missed the broadcast, Kalisto did not participate in the match, as he spent the entirety of it outside the ring due to being attacked by the Dudleys prior to the match starting and being attended to by WWE officials. Kalisto made several media appearances this morning and is also scheduled to work tonight’s SmackDown television taping in San Diego, California.

WWE Teasing the Return of “The Ambrose Asylum”

WWE is teasing that Dean Ambrose‘s “The Ambrose Asylum” segment may be returning to Raw following the initial launch of the segment on Monday night’s edition of Raw, which featured Chris Jericho. WWE.com is currently running a poll asking who fans would like to see as a future guest on the segment, with choices including Savio Vega, Enzo Amore and Colin Cassady, Vince McMahon, Sasha Banks, Seth Rollins, Brock Lesnar, WWE Women’s Champion Charlotte, and WWE World Heavyweight Champion Roman Reigns.

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