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Braun Stroman Out 4-8 Weeks With Injury


ProWrestlingSheet.com is reporting that WWE Superstar Braun Strowman is currently suffering from an elbow injury and is expected to be out of action for the next several weeks because of it.

The website reports that the injury to Strowman’s shoulder is legitimate, and recently, it was explained via a storyline that Strowman suffered a torn rotator cuff following his match against Roman Reigns at Payback. As reported in our exclusive Raw spoilers, Strowman came to the ring at the beginning of the broadcast with his arm in a sling.

In reality, however, Strowman will soon be undergoing a minor surgical procedure in order to fix issues with his elbow. Following the procedure, Strowman will be out of action for approximately 4-8 weeks.

This amount of time means that Strowman will unfortunately miss the upcoming Raw-exclusive Extreme Rules event, but should still be back in time for the brand’s Great Balls of Fire event, where it is expected that he may face Brock Lesnar for the WWE Universal Championship.

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