Kevin Owens Gives An Update On His Recovery, Monty Brown Backstage At Live Event, WWE Main Event

Kevin Owens

— Kevin Owens is returning to WWE television in “one month or so.”

Owens provided an update on his return in a pre-recorded video that aired on Raw tonight while the former Universal Champion bowled with his family.

“For the last four months, I’ve been recovering from my knee injuries and my recent surgery,” Owens said.

“And now I’ve been asked to update the WWE Universe on what I’ve been up to since I’ve been off, and truth be told, I’ve been doing a lot of this,” Owens added while gesturing to the lanes behind him.

“I’ve been spending as much time as I can with my family and enjoying the time I get with my wife and my kids before I get back on the road. But I’ve also been playing close attention to Raw and SmackDown LIVE,” Owens said.

“It’s actually been very rough to watch because I feel like I’m watching other people do what I do best.”

Owens then said that his return to the ring is imminent.

“One more month or so, before “The Kevin Owens Show” returns,” he said, before driving a bowling ball into the gutter.

Owens added that he doesn’t know whether his return will take place on Raw or SmackDown LIVE.

— Bobby Roode reunited with former TNA colleague Monty Brown at last night’s WWE live event in Saginaw, Michigan.

Roode shared this photo of himself with Brown backstage at the show.

Though a former NFL player, Brown is perhaps best known for his time with TNA (2002-2006) where he wrestled under his real name, and with WWE, where he wrestled on the defunct ECW brand in 2007 under the name Marcus Cor Von. His last match for WWE took place in June 2007 as he then took a leave of absence to deal with an unspecified family issue. WWE released him from his contract in September of that year. He hasn’t wrestled since then.

— The following two matches were taped tonight in Grand Rapids, Michigan for the February 14 episode of WWE Main Event:

  • Heavy Machinery vs. The Ascension
  • Tyler Breeze and The B-Team vs. Jinder Mahal and The Singh Brothers