10 WWE Wrestlers Injured and their Potential Return Date
When you become a professional wrestler, you also sign up for the downsides and pitfalls that come with it. While people dream about becoming Superstars and global icons, you also need to be ready to put your body through unimaginable pain and to constantly be on the road, often travelling at a moment's notice.
Professional wrestling isn't all glitz and glamour. The athletes train their bodies for years, before taking up the rigours of WWE's schedule. Even then, the Superstars understand that injuries are part and parcel of the wrestling business. Even if you're extremely careful in the ring, there is always a chance of you getting seriously hurt.
In 2017 and the beginning of 2018, multiple Superstars suffered the same fate, and have been sidelined. In this video, we take a look at the WWE Superstars that are currently injured, and their potential return date to in-ring competition.
#10 Alicia Fox
Alicia Fox has been with the WWE for ages. While the Foxy Superstar hasn't had much to do over the past few years, 2017 was especially good to her, with her captaining the RAW women's team at Survivor Series.
Fox was scheduled to compete in the first-ever women's Royal Rumble match, but unfortunately got injured on the day of the event. While she was understandably heartbroken, the injury also came about at the worst possible time, with Fox penciled in to compete in the Mixed Match Challenge. It was reported that Alicia suffered a broken tailbone during the pre– rehearsals for the Rumble match, and it was announced that she would be out of action for at least a few months.
Considering a broken tailbone takes anywhere between 8 to 12 weeks to heal, one can realistically expect to see Fox back in the WWE ring by May.