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5 things you did not see on TV from WWE Raw; graphic injury, Wyatt's entrance, Orton botch, more

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Bray Wyatt Returns on WWE Raw
Bray Wyatt Returns on WWE Raw

Tonight's episode of WWE Raw emanated live from The Nassau Coliseum in Long Island, NY, and I was in attendance for the event.

The show, which appeared to be well-received by the fans in New York, featured the return of Bray Wyatt, a ten-man battle royal main event, a lengthy fatal four way women's match, and more.

Prior to WWE Raw going on the air, two matches were taped for this week's main event. They included Sarah Logan vs Dana Brooke in a singles match, and EC3 and Eric Young vs Titus O'Neil and No Way Jose. In the first match, Dana Brooke picked up the win, and in the second match, EC3 and Eric Young earned the tag team victory.

During the course of the show, several moments took place off the air, and the following report details some of the action which took place only for the live crowd during commercial breaks. Below are 5 things you did not see on TV from tonight's episode of WWE Raw from Long Island, New York's Nassau Coliseum.

#5 A graphic injury

The Viking Raiders
The Viking Raiders

Tonight's WWE Raw featured an intense squash match pitting The Viking Raiders against two local enhancement talents, billed as Vinny Grunner and Jackson James. During the bout, one of the local talents suffered a very graphic injury to his shoulder.

It was hard to tell when the injury took place exactly, however it appeared as if one of the talents, who was not the paler and thinner of the two men, badly dislocated his shoulder. When the match was over, the talent was helped out of the ring by two trainers, and his one arm was visibly hanging lower than the other, and his entire shoulder appeared to have been popped out of the socket.

The trainers helped the talent to the back while The Raiders celebrated their quick victory in the ring. As of this writing, no announcement has been made regarding the condition of the injured talent.

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