After the events of Survivor Series, Braun Strowman could not wait to get his hands on the acting GM of Raw Baron Corbin.
Stephanie McMahon made a bout between the two in a Tables, Ladders and Chairs match at the eponymous event, and if Strowman is victorious, he gets another shot at Brock Lesnar's Universal Championship at the Royal Rumble.
As it turned out though, Strowman was put on the shelf the night after, with Corbin, Bobby Lashley and Drew McIntyre all brutalising him.
WWE claimed he'd suffered a 'shattered elbow', and they certainly made it look that way last night before he underwent surgery, with his right arm looking all bruised.
In reality though, Strowman just needed bone spurs clearing from his elbow, which isn't nearly as bad, but a time-frame hasn't been set for his return.
Corbin announced on Raw that if Strowman can't make it to TLC, he will be awarded a victory in the way of forfeit, which in-turn would make him the new permanent General Manager of Raw.
But as per WrestleVotes, that might not be the case at all.
The reliable Twitter account has stated that the Monster Among Men may indeed not be ready for the event in less than 3 weeks time, and that plans are in place to alter the match into a six-man tag.
It would be pretty much similar to when The Shield took on Daniel Bryan, Kane and Ryback in the 2012 equivalent.
If this happened, you'd expect Corbin's partners to be Lashley and McIntyre, who he's formed a formidable partnership with in recent weeks.
Two of the opposition look set-in-stone; Finn Balor and Elias took beatings this past week but they'd need a third man.
Bray Wyatt is reportedly returning to TV anytime soon, and filling in for his former Wyatt Family member would be a welcome story back for the Eater Of Worlds.
Or Strowman could just surprise us all and be the third man - or better still be cleared for the event.
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