WWE Raw superstar pulled from several upcoming events

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WWE is taking every precaution with this superstar.

That star is one half of the Raw Tag Team Champions Jason Jordan, who is currently paired with Seth Rollins on television.

Based on a report by PWinsider.com, Jordan is currently dealing with an injury. Thus, this is the reason he missed the Raw live events last weekend in Texas.

As seen on this week’s episode of Monday Night Raw in San Antonio, TX at the AT&T Center on the USA Network, Jordan did appear on the show but did not get physical in the main event that saw Rollins defeat former Universal Champion Finn Balor in a singles match.

PWinsider.com is now reporting that WWE has pulled Jordan from live events this weekend. This is most likely to give him time to heal up.

Jordan was previously teamed up with Chad Gable as American Alpha where the two were outstanding standouts in both NXT and on the main roster.

They picked up the NXT Tag Team Championships while in NXT and later on after they were drafted to SmackDown Live, they picked up with SmackDown Tag Team Championships.

After WWE Hall Of Famer Kurt Angle was named the new General Manager of Monday Night RAW, he began a storyline in which he was being blackmailed with some personal information that was being threatened to be leaked out.

Following weeks of anticipation, Angle finally revealed the big secret that was being kept to the WWE Universe.

It turns out that Angle had an illegitimate son from a college relationship decades ago, and his son was none other than WWE Superstar and former SmackDown Live Tag Team Champion Jason Jordan.

Jordan was moved over to RAW to begin his singles career and also work alongside his father on Monday nights. As of late, it seems as though the WWE Universe hasn't responded well to Jordan's new character.

WWE has already confirmed that Jordan is slated to team with Seth Rollins to defend the Raw Tag Team championship against The Bar at the Royal Rumble in Philadelphia, PA.

The Royal Rumble pay-per-view event takes place on Sunday, January 28, 2018 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania at the Wells Fargo Center and will air on the WWE Network and some traditional pay-per-view outlets. Both Raw and SmackDown brands will be featured.

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