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Updates for all injured WWE RAW and SmackDown Live Superstars

Thomas Lowson
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Roman Reigns relinquished the Universal Championship after revealing he was once again battling leukaemia in October last year.
Roman Reigns relinquished the Universal Championship after revealing he was once again battling leukaemia in October last year.

With WrestleMania approaching, some members of the WWE Universe may be missing their favourite Superstars.

Over 2018, the injury bug bit WWE hard, with many Superstars being forced to take time off, for a multitude of reasons.

As we've entered a new year, all these stars will no doubt be hoping to get back in the squared circle as soon as possible, in order to entertain their fans and win championship gold.

And though for some members of Monday Night RAW and SmackDown Live, a return is very near, for others Superstars of the main roster, coming back is still a long, long way off.

Here's an update for every current injured Superstar from both Monday Night RAW, and SmackDown Live. 


Monday Night RAW

#1 Roman Reigns

The Big Dog's future as a WWE Superstar sadly remains in question following his leukaemia diagnosis last year. Whilst the former Universal Champion has been spotted on social media since going on hiatus in October, no return date has been set, if Reigns is ever able to return to wrestling at all.

Braun Strowman was recently removed from a Universal Championship match because of his injury.
Braun Strowman was recently removed from a Universal Championship match because of his injury.

#2 Braun Strowman

Whilst he may be appearing on Monday Night RAW, there is a certain chink in the armour of the Monster Among Men. Still recovering from elbow surgery, Strowman's in-ring time has been kept to a minimum, with the Greatest Royal Rumble winner being pulled from his Universal Championship match at the Royal Rumble. However, the reported plan was always to build Strowman up and replace him with Balor. Whilst Braun Strowman could be cleared by the Rumble pay per view, it's not known if he'll compete in the 30-man match.

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