– Jason Jordan could be returning to action as early as next week, PWInsider reports.
He has been out of action since January due to an issue with a nerve in his neck that required surgery. He underwent neck surgery on Feb. 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 featuring 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 Feb. 5 when Raw Commissioner Kurt Angle ordered Jordan to go home until he was medically cleared to compete.
– Last night on SmackDown LIVE, Big Cass continued to take jabs at Daniel Bryan’s height before their match at WWE Backlash, this time attacking a little person dressed as the leader of The “Yes!” Movement.
With the event taking place in Montreal, Quebec, Canada, fans chanted “on s’en calisse” at the seven-footer, which roughly translates to “we don’t give a f**k.”
– Before competing in the Greatest Royal Rumble Match, Mark Henry took part in an autograph signing at a Toys “R” Us in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia.