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Update on Dana Brooke’s Status Following WWE RAW

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WWE Superstar Dana Brooke appeared in a match last night on WWE RAW. The former NXT star joined Charlotte Flair and Mandy Rose to take on Nia Jax, Shayna Baszler and Lacey Evans.

Originally Charlotte Flair took on Shayna Baszler in a singles match, until Nia Jax interfered and caused the disqualification. Baszler and Jax attacked Flair until Mandy Rose and Dana Brooke made the save, starting a 6-woman tag team match.

Nia Jax Attacks Dana Brooke

During the 6-woman match, Nia Jax hit Dana Brooke with a terrifying chokeslam type move, which saw Dana Brooke’s head hit the canvas and caused a whiplash motion.

Fightful Select confirmed earlier today that Brooke was ‘ok’ following the incident. Dana Brooke reportedly appeared to be fine coming through the curtain at the ThunderDome, although it is not fully confirmed if there will be any lasting concussion like effects from the spot.

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