– WWE has cancelled another Monday Night Smackdown brand house show – this one scheduled for next week May 20th – the night after Money in the Bank. Presumably this is because of the newly introduced Wild Card rule where a select number of superstars are able to cross over to the other brand. With WWE likely using multiple Smackdown stars the night after the PPV, the house show would be extremely watered down and lacking star power. The message the Tsongas Center sent out to those who purchased tickets cited a “scheduling conflict”:
“The WWE Live event scheduled for Monday May 20th at Tsongas Center in Lowell, MA has been cancelled due to a scheduling conflict.
“Any tickets purchased via credit card will be automatically refunded. Please allow 5-7 business days for the refund to take place. Tickets that were purchased with cash at the Tsongas Center at UMass Lowell Box Office must be returned to the point of purchase in order to be refunded.
“We apologize for the inconvenience.”
– According to f4wonline.com, Alexa Bliss’ injury is officially listed by WWE as “undisclosed.” While this does not shed light on the nature of what the injury could be, lately when WWE lists a star as having an undisclosed injury, it has usually ended up being a concussion.
Soon after Bliss was removed from Sunday’s Money in the Bank match, Rajah also tweeted that she was concussed and this was also reported by Mike Johnson at pwinsider.com.
Concussed. This is not a good development for her at all. ☹️ https://t.co/RgULhTpefz
— Rajah.com (@RajahNews) May 16, 2019