Braun Strowman could be out six months after elbow surgery

Check out some of the best highlights from WWE Monday Night Raw from May 15, 2017!

As was announced on last week's taped episode from London, Dean Ambrose defends his Intercontinental Championship against The Miz tonight. But since going solo last summer, the native of Sherrills Ford, North Carolina, has progressed up the card at a rapid pace, becoming a featured main event performer on Raw thanks to a pair of impressive matches against Big Show. We will also witness the aftermath of Roman Reign's attack on Braun Strowman.

Ambrose and The Miz feuded throughout the winter on SmackDown Live, with Ambrose winning the Intercontinental Championship on January 3.

The Big Dog takes on Raw's first Universal Champion as both Superstars prepare for their high-stakes Fatal 5-Way Match at WWE Extreme Rules.

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Truth is that no one is safe and the wait to know if your favorite TV show will continue or not can be a long and tedious one. But next season is definitively billed as the final round for the trend-setting series.

We finally found the one thing that can stop Braun Strowman: elbow surgery. However, he didn't get injured in the way shown on the Raw tv. Pro Wrestling Sheet's Ryan Satin reported last week that Strowman would miss four to eight weeks after having a "minor procedure" on his elbow.

Alexa Bliss will put her Women's Championship on the line against Bayley in a "kendo stick on a pole" match at Extreme Rules.

Of course, another option on the table here is to let Strowman recover, tell him to sit home for another two months to rest up and end up winning the 2018 Royal Rumble in Philadelphia as a surprise entrant.

Dean Ambrose, Seth Rollins and Roman Reigns are all on Raw right now.

  • Michelle Webb