WWE legend Booker T hospitalized and misses RAW

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The WWE Monday Night Raw pre-show was missing one very familiar face last night, with a certain star missing from the panel.

It was revealed on social media that WWE Hall of Famer Booker T had to be hospitalized over the weekend.

The former WWE and WCW superstar was forced to miss out on his regular gig on Monday Night Raw after potentially undergoing some surgery. 


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Booker's wife, Sharmell Sullivan-Huffman - who acted as his manager at points during his wrestling career - took to her Instagram account to reveal the news.

Her post on the social media platform showed her husband in a hospital bed, watching a video of his Reality of Wrestling promotion. However, she didn't say exactly why the 51-year-old was there.

That photo was posted over the weekend and she followed it up with another update last night, posting a picture of Booker at home recovering, with a PlayStation controller in his hand.

The picture does show Booker with some bandaging on his left arm as well as what looks like a splint of sorts on his other arm. 

It has not been confirmed what game Booker T was playing either, but with only one hand on the controller, we can probably confirm he was using it to watch videos, probably more from Reality of Wrestling.

The man himself took to his Twitter account to confirm that the Spinaroonie has officially been retired. Maybe that is what caused the arm bandages. 

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