In recent weeks, Monday Night Raw has had several surprises, such as Mansoor's debut on the main roster rings, Eva Marie's return to the company's TV screens after years of her latest engagement with McMahons or the appearance of Jinder Mahal in the company of his new stable photographed by Veer and Shanky.
Among the many athletes called into question to try to raise the ratings now in free fall week after week, the WWE also called Mansoor, who had not lost a match in the company's ring since August 2019, ringing a sensational streak of victories that stopped last week, when Mansoor lost against Sheamus, only because of Humberto Carrillo's interference in the title match against Celtic Warrior.
WWE has changed plans for Mansoor again
After revealing in one of his latest interviews that WWE management would contact him that same afternoon, before letting him make his ring debut on the company's red show, Mansoor was also kicked out of the second event card to which he was supposed to take part on the episode of this Monday's flag show.
As reported by the pages of the PW Insider, Raw's original plans foresaw that Mansoor also took part in this week's episode of the red show, but in the end, these plans have been discarded, it is not known why. As reported on the well-known overseas site, in fact: "Mansoor was originally slated for an appearance on the last episode of Raw last night, but the creative team then changed their minds, trashing it."
At the moment it is not known at what juncture Mansoor should have appeared, perhaps in the match between Humberto Carrillo and the United States champion Sheamus, which, however, ended before the expected time, due to the alleged injury to the boy of Mexican origin, the which led the referee to immediately call the end of the match, after the very bad flight made by the third rope on the floor of the ThunderDome.
We will see if Mansoor will appear in the next episode of the WWE flag show or if he too will now begin a period of absolute nothingness, relegated to the federation's backstage, with no plans and no future on-screen.
In an exclusive interview with Sportskeeda Wrestling's Rick Ucchino, the newest member of the Monday Night Raw roster had nothing but positive things to say about The Viper. Mansoor revealed Orton has been "incredibly approachable and kind" since his arrival in WWE.
"Someone who has been really, really generous to me has been Randy Orton. He’s someone who… it’s very intimidating to go up to a guy like Randy Orton who has done so much and accomplished so much in WWE."