Update On Humberto Carrillo Following Bad Bump On Last Night's RAW

As previously reported, a WWE United States Title Match took place during Monday Night RAW last night between WWE United States Champion Sheamus and Humberto Carrillo, with the ending of the match coming in a rather abruptly kind of way following a bad bump at ringside.

Carrillo hit Jinder with a Sunset Flip Powerbomb from the apron of the ring directly to the floor and Sheamus landed rather awkwardly and in a hard and brutal manner on Carrillo’s knee. Carrillo signaled for a referee and a referee then made his way down to check on Carrillo, which would then lead to the match being cut short by the referee and it was decided that the match was a no contest.

In an update, PWInsider has reported that according to several sources on RAW Humberto was “OK” after the bad fall, but there is no word yet on if Humberto Carrillo was checked for any injury, or that if he will miss any ring time, though further updates will be provided as it becomes available.

According to Fightful Select, the finish that took place on WWE Monday Night RAW was actually not the finish that was originally planned. There's no word yet on what the original finish actually was, but updates will be provided as it becomes available, though it's interesting to mention that despite the match being ruled as a no contest, Sheamus still had his arms raised after the match.

It was mentioned on the official WWE website that Sheamus won the match via referee stoppage and that after weeks of brutal assaults at the hands of Sheamus, Humberto faced Sheamus in a hard-fought match that left him unable to continue after Carrillo’s high-risk maneuver backfired.