WWE Raw Underground segments reportedly said to be considered done for now

According to a new report by F4WOnline, the Raw Underground segments are said to be considered done for now.

It was originally said Raw Underground was put on hold for two weeks due to the recent COVID-19 outbreak among NXT talent, along with concerns that some of the extras were possibly exposed.  However, the main reasons are the format did not fit the most recent draft episode of Raw, and that there have been concerns about competitors and extras potentially spreading COVID-19 to the Raw crew and that WWE is doing their to keep all three brands separated as much as possible.

Raw Underground was introduced as a “no holds barred fight club” concept during the August 3 episode of Monday Night Raw, hosted by Shane McMahon.

Braun Strowman, Dolph Ziggler, Ivar, Titus O’Neil, Riddick Moss, Marina Shafir, and Dabba-Kato are among those who appeared as part of Raw Underground.

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