Sasha Banks who has been noticeably absent from WWE television recently is purposely being kept off our screens for “long-term storyline reasons, according to Dave Meltzer.
Banks, who is one of the biggest name is WWE’s Women’s division has not been seen on television since an eight-women tag team match on the April 18 edition of Raw.
Banks continues to work a full-time schedule with WWE at non-televised events.
Emma has suffered a back injured last Sunday night during a WWE live event.
“WWE.com has learned that Emma suffered an injury during a WWE Live Event and will need to undergo surgery in order to correct the problem.
‘Emma has a ruptured disc that will require her to have surgery,’ explained WWE ringside physician Dr. Chris Robinson. ‘She came to us in a great deal of pain, which seemed to be increasing. She was then given an M.R.I., which revealed that further action would need to be taken. Unfortunately, the Superstar’s estimated recovery time cannot be determined until after her procedure is complete.’
Please check back with WWE.com for more details as they become available.”
WWE Hall of Famer Jim Ross updated the blog section of JRsbarbq.com in which he has commented on Adam Rose:
“It’s a head scratcher that some are declaring that Adam Rose’s professional life is essentially over since his second WWE Wellness Policy violation that was followed by his arrest for domestic violence regarding an incident with his wife. Our society loves to forgive those who show a legitimate desire to right their wrongs and Adam Rose has the opportunity to do just that. While Rose’s WWE career is likely history that certainty doesn’t mean that his life is history. Rose’s issues with his family including his special needs son are much more significant than is a WWE career or career with anyone.”