WWE Star Competes Injured & Sustains Another Injury

WWE Star Competes Injured & Sustains Another Injury WWE

On tonight’s edition of WWE SmackDown (November 25) one star competed after a vicious backstage attack, reportedly becoming more injured.

On tonight’s edition of WWE SmackDown (November 25) despite having been attacked before their match, a star went on to compete anyway reportedly furthering their injury.

In a backstage segment ahead of their tag team match, Shotzi’s tag team partner Raquel Rodriguez was attacked by Ronda Rousey and Shayna Baszler.

Shotzi bravely elected to proceed with the tag match despite having a title shot tomorrow at Survivor Series WarGames against Ronda Rousey for the WWE SmackDown Women’s Championship.

While she was being dominated during the match, Raquel’s music hit and she joined Shotzi.

In the end, they did not capture the victory and in a later backstage promo from Shotzi, it sounded as though Raquel picked up two injuries.

With Shotzi exiting the trainer’s room and saying that Raquel went into the match with “a broken arm,” she went on to sustain a “dislocated elbow,” from the ensuing match.

While it remains to be seen if Raquel is being written off television or not, the angle could be leading to a return.

In the backstage interview after the match, Shotzi reflected on previously being alone as she has never had anyone that watches her back.

Well that’s just not entirely true is it Shotzi formerly Shotzi Blackheart who debuted on the main roster alongside Tegan Nox…?

Could Shotzi get some royal support in her corner at Survivor Series WarGames for her match against Ronda Rousey as some speculate Charlotte Flair is ready for a return to WWE?

We’ll have to stay tuned to WWE’s premium live event Survivor Series WarGames tomorrow to find out!

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