Video: Neville possibly botches Red Arrow at WWE live event

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For WWE superstars who aren't considered mid-card wrestlers or top-card wrestlers, they have to make the most of the time they do get on shows, even if they are house shows.

Despite Monday Night Raw being three hours long, and SmackDown LIVE being two hours long, there seemingly just isn't enough time to give every WWE superstar a chance to shine on a weekly basis.

Therefore, house shows and live events are crucial to some superstars as it really is their only time to impress and actually get into the ring.


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One current WWE superstar who is currently struggling to get a spot on TV is Newcastle-born wrestler Neville.

Although he was once an NXT Champion, and was once a regular on Raw, he has never really fully recovered from his long-term injury that kept him off TV for several months.

In fact, since returning from said injury, he's barely done anything of note, meaning all he gets to do is perform at house events and live shows.

Neville was drafted to Raw back when the brand split happened, and even three hours isn't enough time for Mick Foley and Stephanie McMahon to include him in their plans.

However, he is still signed with the WWE, and he was performing at a live event in Germany earlier this week.

Neville was teaming with Darren Young and taking on Titus O'Neil and Curtis Axel. A match that screams live event.

Nearing the conclusion of the match, Neville goes for his finishing move, 'Red Arrow', but instead of doing it normally and landing on his chest, he lands on his back.

It's not sure whether he meant to do it or if he botched the move, but a fan in attendance caught the move on camera, which means you can decide for yourself.

Was this a botch from Neville? Have YOUR say below!

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