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From the WWE Rumor Mill: Dean Ambrose's current status revealed 

Riju Dasgupta
3.84K   //    12 May 2018, 10:04 IST

When will The Lunatic return to the fold?
When will The Lunatic return to the fold?

What's the story?

It is common knowledge that Dean Ambrose has been recovering from an injury for a long time now. We finally have a health update on him thanks to PWInsider and also, NoDQ.

WWE officials are still hopeful that he will be able to return by the end of summer 2018. Team SportsKeeda certainly wishes him a very speedy recovery.

In case you didn't know...

WWE was smack dab in the middle of a Shield reunion when it turned out that Dean Ambrose had suffered a triceps injury that would rule him out for nine months. The alarm bells further started ringing when he was pulled from an appearance at WWE Axxess, where he was scheduled to make an appearance.

As a result of his injury, Ambrose had to miss WrestleMania 34. A storyline injury at the hands of Samoa Joe was written in for Ambrose, to write him off TV for a while.

The heart of the matter

According to the most recent update from PWInsider, Ambrose has almost shifted base to Birmingham, Alabama to be close to WWE's medical facility and hopefully make a speedy recovery to hasten his return. He is constantly rehabbing and is on the path to health.

Insiders remain confident that he will make his big return by the end of summer 2018. It remains to be seen which brand he will debut on, and what his future course of action will be.

What's next?

It's safe to say that recovery and rehab remain the prime focus for Ambrose at the moment. Ambrose has been known to work the toughest schedule in all of WWE. This may be some much-needed time-off, to allow his body to heal.

Author's take

Dean Ambrose's return will be a very big deal for the company. I want him to come back as a heel.

The opportunities could certainly be quite numerous then.

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Riju Dasgupta
Riju Dasgupta is the bassist of heavy metal bands Albatross and Primitiv. He's also a former guest columnist for Rolling Stone India. His primary passion remains watching and reviewing the art of professional wrestling for Sportskeeda. In the world of heavy metal, he goes by the moniker- Dr. Hex.
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