The Revival have had some bad luck on the main roster so far. Shortly after they were called up Dash Wilder injured his jaw, so the team sat on the sidelines for weeks. After Wilder returned, Dash and Dawson were getting ready for a big tag team feud with The Hardys, but now that feud has been put on pause because Dawson recently tore his bicep.

Dawson isn’t the only member of the Raw roster who suffered an injury, as Bayley separated her shoulder during a match with Nia Jax on Raw last week, and she’s been pulled from the Raw Women’s Championship match at SummerSlam.

Jim Ross shared his thoughts on the injuries in his latest blog, and he noted that the key to moving forward for these injured stars is to make sure they’re better than ever when they return.

“Never a good time for injures in any endeavor but it looks as if both Bayley and Scott Dawson of Revival will miss Summer Slam with injuries. There’s no good time to be injured but the key ingredient is how does one strategize and execute coming back better than when they were before they were injured? Mental preparation for one’s craft doesn’t have to stop because of a ruptured bicep or separated shoulder. Bayley is as good as there is in the women’s division in WWE while The Revival boys are one of my favorite tag teams to come along in years and remind me so much of Jim Cornette’s famed, Midnight Express teams.”

Earlier this year WWE held a tournament to crown the first ever United Kingdom Champion, and it appeared that the company had big plans for a UK TV series on the WWE Network, but those plans have yet to come to fruition.

Jim Ross noted that he hopes to work the UK TV show, but at this point all he knows about the future of the show is that the idea is still alive and well.

“I get asked often about the WWE U.K. TV Show that has been discussed sporadically over the past several months and I don’t have an update except to say that the idea is still alive and well. I hope to be included with Nigel McGuiness on the broadcast team if and when it happens.”