Last night's Raw live from Birmingham, Alabama was another stacked event heading towards WWE's final stop before WrestleMania, when the company presents Fastlane in just three weeks time.
That being said, there were two notable absentee's throughout the event, after both Bray Wyatt and Bo Dallas were allowed to leave Raw to be at their grandfather's bedside after he was hospitalized earlier in the day, according to NoDQ.
ROBERT WINDHAM HOSPITALISED
WWE Hall of Famer Blackjack Mulligan, real name Robert Windham announced on Facebook that he had been hospitalized in Florida early yesterday.
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Mike Rotunda and his grandsons Bo and Bray were then allowed to leave the taping of Monday night Raw in order to be at his bedside because of the seriousness of the situation.
Windham was hospitalized last year following a heart attack and it is thought that he has been battling health problems over the last few weeks, but as of yet there has been no official update on his condition.
RAW WITHOUT BRAY?
Bray was of course a bigger miss on Raw than his brother since The Wyatt Family came out to his music without him leading them, but they managed to beat down The Big Show and send a huge message to Brock Lesnar as a feud between the two seems to be falling into place.
Bo's Social Outcast group was also on Raw and they recognized that Bo was missing but explained that he was in the studio making a record after last week's rap battle with Flo Rida.
Reports before Raw suggested that there may have been segments that were pre-taped before the brothers were allowed to leave the arena, but it seems instead that WWE allowed them to leave without explanation.
Given that Fastlane is still three weeks away and The Wyatt Family are managing to build a decent story line without Bray at the helm, it doesn't seem that last night will play a major factor in them losing any of the momentum that they have gained since The Royal Rumble.
It should be easy for Bray to pick up where he left off if he returns to Raw next week when they are presented Live from Seattle, Washington.
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