Triple H Removes Omos From WWE Raw

Omos, the literal biggest star on WWE Raw, has been removed from tonight’s show to reunite with his family in Nigeria for the first time in 14 years.



Randy Orton is a true veteran in the world of professional wrestling as he has worked in WWE for close to twenty years at this point. It seems he has a lot left in the tank and is more than determined to work in WWE for several more years. Triple H also recently approached for a replacement of Randy Orton.

For the few months, Randy Orton has been teaming up with Monday Night RAW Superstar Matt Riddle and together they have been known as Team RK-Bro and have been quite successful since their debut together. They even went on to become RAW Tag Team Champions after defeating AJ Styles and Omos at WWE SummerSlam back in August last year.

They would eventually lose the titles to Alpha Academy earlier this year and since then they have been engaged in a feud with Chad Gable and Otis. They then won back the titles and even defended them at WrestleMania 38. They lost the titles to the Usos and Randy Orton was written off WWE television due to a back injury.

WWE announced tour dates for early 2023 and confirmed that the 30th anniversary of RAW will take place on Monday, January 3rd in Philadelphia, PA. Here is the full announcement…

STAMFORD, Conn., November 7, 2022 – WWE today announced more than 30 live events as part of the company’s winter touring schedule for 2023. Tickets go on sale next Friday, November 18. The schedule includes:

Monday, January 2: Raw – Bridgestone Arena in Nashville, Tenn.
Saturday, January 7: Saturday Night’s Main Event® – Mississippi State Fair Coliseum in Jackson, Miss.
Sunday, January 8: Sunday Stunner – Von Braun Center in Huntsville, Ala.
Monday, January 9: Raw – Legacy Arena in Birmingham, Ala.
Friday, January 13: SmackDown – Resch Center in Green Bay, Wis.
Saturday, January 14: Saturday Night’s Main Event – Berglund Center Coliseum in Roanoke, Va.
Sunday, January 15: Sunday Stunner – The Corbin Arena in Corbin, Ky.
Monday, January 16: Raw – Heritage Bank Arena in Cincinnati, OH
Friday, January 20: SmackDown – Little Ceasars Arena in Detroit
Saturday, January 21: Saturday Night’s Main Event – Erie Insurance Arena in Erie, Pa.
Sunday, January 22: Sunday Stunner – Visions Veterans Memorial Arena in Binghamton, N.Y.
Monday, January 23: Raw 30th Anniversary – Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia
Friday, January 27: SmackDown – Sames Auto Arena in Laredo, Texas
Monday, January 30: Raw – BOK Center in Tulsa, Okla.
Monday, February 13: Raw – Barclays Center in Brooklyn
Friday, February 17: SmackDown – Bell Centre in Montreal, Quebec
Saturday, February 18: Elimination Chamber – Bell Centre in Montreal Quebec
Monday, February 19: Raw – Canadian Tire Centre in Ottawa, ONT
Friday, February 24: SmackDown – Ford Center in Evansville, Ind.
Saturday, February 25: Road To WrestleMania Tour – State Farm Center in Champaign, Ill.
Sunday, February 26: Road To WrestleMania Tour – BMO Harris Bank Center in Rockford, Ill.
Monday, February 27: Raw – Van Andel Arena in Grand Rapids, Mich.
Saturday, March 4: Road To WrestleMania Tour – Upstate Medical Arena at The Oncenter War Memorial in Syracuse, N.Y.
Sunday, March 5: Road To WrestleMania Tour – CURE Insurance Arena in Trenton, N.J.
Sunday, March 5: Road To WrestleMania Tour – The Aud in Kitchener, ONT
Saturday, March 11: Road To WrestleMania Tour – Covelli Centre in Youngstown, OH
Friday, March 17: SmackDown – T-Mobile Center in Kansas City, Mo.
Saturday, March 18: Road To WrestleMania Tour – Fargodome in Fargo, N.D.
Sunday, March 19: Road To WrestleMania Tour – Denny Sanford PREMIER Center in Sioux Falls, S.D.
Sunday, March 19: Road To WrestleMania Tour – Bank of Springfield Center in Springfield, Ill.
Monday, March 20 – Raw – Enterprise Center in St. Louis
Friday March 31: SmackDown/2023 Hall Of Fame Induction Ceremony – Arena in Los Angeles
Saturday, April 1: NXT Stand & Deliver – Arena in Angeles
Monday, April 3: Raw – Arena in Los Angeles


Harrison Carter
Harrison Carter
Harrison Carter has been a huge pro wrestling fan since 2002, and it's been his first love ever since then. He has years of writing experience for all things pro wrestling. His interests outside of wrestling include films, books and soccer.

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