What’s the story?
WWE Raw General Manager Kurt Angle recently conducted a Q&A session via his official Facebook page and provided an update on former WWE World Champion and Raw superstar Dean Ambrose, who has been sidelined for the past few months due to an unfortunate triceps injury.
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In case you didn’t know…
Back in December of 2017, on an episode of Monday Night Raw, Ambrose suffered a brutal beatdown at the hands Samoa Joe, Sheamus, and Cesaro and the assault eventually led to Ambrose suffering a triceps injury.
Shortly afterward, it was reported by doctors that ‘The Lunatic Fringe’ would be sidelined due to the triceps injury for a total of nine months.
The heart of the matter
The recent reunion of the trio of Seth Rollins, Roman Reigns, and Ambrose—The Shield, was unfortunately short-lived due to Ambrose’s untimely injury last December and ever since ‘The Lunatic Fringe’ has been sidelined, fans have been eagerly and patiently waiting for the return of the 32-year-old.
As noted, during Angle’s recent Facebook Q&A session, the Raw General Manager answered numerous questions and seemingly also posted an update on Ambrose.
According to the Angle, he currently thinks that ‘The Lunatic Fringe’ is certainly healing very nice and proper manner and is definitely on the verge of a return to the WWE.
"LISTEN EVERYONE. Dean is healing nicely. He will be back soon!!!!! I get this question every week. I know how popular he is but asking me when he will return will not make him return any sooner than he can. He will be back soon. Promise."- Angle answered on Facebook.
Ambrose is somewhat expected to make his return around SummerSlam, later this year and it was apparently also confirmed by Ambrose’s Shield stablemate Seth Rollins, that the former Raw Tag Team Champion will indeed return to WWE TV around August.
We will further keep you updated regarding Ambrose’s possible return date to the WWE.
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Ambrose’s absence has definitely affected the entire WWE roster and its fanbase by a long shot, however, upon his eventual return to the company, Ambrose will certainly get back to his very best.