Monday’s Raw was, well, I’ll let Brandon give you the details on the slog that was the first 3-hour WWE show post-All In on his ever-awaited Best And Worst, but the basic gist was, “it wasn’t good.”
The show was bookended by “empty the locker room” segments featuring Braun Strowman and his new friends Dolph Ziggler and Drew McIntyre beefing with The Shield. The first resulted in Roman Reigns, Seth Rollins, and Dean Ambrose being “arrested” and taken to a local precinct where at, like, 9 p.m. local time they managed to see a judge and get processed.
Anyways, they show back up at the end to protect Finn Bálor from a beatdown at the hands of Strowman and McZigg, only to have every heel in the locker room (including Drew Gulak!!!!) come out and beat them up by flipping The Damned Numbers Game™ on its head. In that resulting attack, one member of The Shield took a hellacious bump as Seth Rollins got thrown through the police van window that The Shield had apparently commandeered in order to return to Raw.
I’m not totally sure what the plan was, but I don’t think his arm going through the window was what they were hoping for there, and the result was a good deal of blood coming from the Intercontinental champ’s arm.
Rollins was swiftly checked on by referees who ran out from the back after he hit the van and continued on through the remainder of the beatdown in progress, so hopefully it’s just a few cuts and nothing more severe. Considering the run he’s on recently as the consensus best wrestler in the company right now, we can hope this bump won’t take him out of any action moving forward.