As some of you may already know by now, Antonio Cesaro has suffered some sort of shoulder injury and will more than likely need surgery to repair it. Reports have surfaced that the injury might have been aggravated during his WWE Heavyweight Championship tournament match against Roman Reigns on Monday Night Raw. Cesaro is said to be needing approximately six months in rehabilitation.
November 23, 2015
You might be seeing a very different Jeff Hardy in the ring soon. He publicly stated that he might be forced to change up his style of wrestling because he recently suffered a knee injury. The former world heavyweight champion revealed that it was a torn PCL. He doesn't want to have surgery, so Hardy is going to opt for rehabilitation instead. There is a chance that he could end up making things worse by continuing to work.
October 3, 2015
Even though he has long maintained that he is not ready to retire as an active in ring performer for WWE just yet, Goldust may be forced into doing that because of some shoulder issues that he has been experiencing lately. It got bad enough to where he needed to go have an MRI to see how bad the damage is. If surgery is needed and a long rehabilitation process is required, then he might just opt to move to a front office position soon.
May 1, 2015
When it was initially reported that Lilian Garcia had suffered a knee injury, there were not a lot of details available. All we knew was that she needed surgery and was going to be taking a break from WWE for rehabilitation. The longtime announcer has now revealed that she was injured while packing her bags during an overseas tour last November. She tore her meniscus while standing up. Lilian also revealed that she will be back by June.
April 18, 2015
A good amount of people were wondering about the status of Homicide because TNA moved his profile to their alumni section. That is usually done when someone is no longer with the company. As of right now, that appears to be the case with the former LAX member. He is currently sidelined by a torn rotator cuff, which will require surgery and a long rehabilitation period. There is a chance he could return to the company afterwards.
March 15, 2015
Earlier in the year, Eddie Edwards suffered a broken foot while doing a match on Impact Wrestling. That caused TNA to really think about the future of the tag team championship. Well, it looks like they have received a bit of good news in that department. Edwards opted against having surgery. He found another method of rehabilitation. Things are going well enough to where he could be back in the ring around May.
March 13, 2015