– Jason Jordan underwent neck surgery in February and hasn’t wrestled since. Now, it doesn’t sound like the Raw Superstar is returning to action any time soon.
According to Dave Meltzer in the latest issue of the Wrestling Observer Newsletter, Jordan’s post-neck surgery situation “is worse than expected,” and he won’t be coming back “at the present time.”
Jordan underwent neck surgery on February 6, which WWE Medical Director Dr. Joseph Maroon described as a “minimally invasive operation to decompress the nerve.”
WWE removed Jordan from wrestling in January, but still featured him on television in non-physical roles. This led to Jordan and Seth Rollins losing the Raw Tag Team Championship at the 2018 Royal Rumble in a match that saw Rollins handle all the physical action.
Jordan was written off Raw on February 5 when Raw Commissioner Kurt Angle ordered Jordan to go home until he was medically cleared to compete.
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