The lack of Dana Brooke on this week's episode of WWE Raw can be attributed to a car crash.
Unfortunately, the reigning, six-time 24/7 Champion was involved in what she has described as "a bad car accident" at some point over the past week. The better news, however, is that she is "doing good" and anticipates returning to television in "no time."
Brooke tweeted the following on Tuesday, thanking her fans for their support:-
Much ❤️ to the #wweuniverse for the support & love, standing up for me! The reason why I was not on RAW last night was bc I got into a bad car accident the past week, I am doing good & will be back in no time! I really appreciate the love & couldn’t ask for better Fan support ❤️— Dana Brooke WWE (@DanaBrookeWWE) June 28, 2022
All the best to Dana as she recovers from the crash.
Brooke has enjoyed renewed Raw focus in 2022, albeit in the 24/7 Championship division. Nonetheless, Dana has become a near-weekly fixture after threatening to fall completely off the radar in the wake of her split from tag team partner Mandy Rose, who has been back on NXT since July 2021.
Dana's first 24/7 Championship run kicked off in November 2021. She recently embarked upon her sixth reign following a standard multi-change segment on the pretaped 23 June episode of Main Event, ultimately defeating Nikki A.S.H. Currently, Brooke's cumulative 200 days atop the division mean only R-Truth (at 415 days) has held the strap for longer.