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From the WWE Rumor Mill: Update on Dean Ambrose's in-ring comeback

Johny Payne
SENIOR ANALYST
Rumors
14.48K   //    24 Apr 2018, 23:41 IST

Dean Ambrose seems primed to return to the squared circle very soon
Dean Ambrose seems primed to return to the squared circle very soon

What’s the story?

Per PWInsider, Dean Ambrose recently underwent medical evaluation with the WWE’s doctors.

Apparently, Ambrose continues his physical rehabilitation program ahead of his in-ring comeback—further details on which have also been noted.

In case you didn’t know…

The Lunatic Fringe suffered a triceps injury in December of last year.

Ambrose’s injury resulted in several notable changes in the WWE’s storylines, including the disbanding of The Shield; as Ambrose’s stable-mates, Roman Reigns and Seth Rollins, once again went their separate ways.

Additionally, the storylines regarding Ambrose’s role as a singles competitor were also altered owing to the injury.

The heart of the matter

Dean Ambrose suffered a torn triceps injury last December and has been on the shelf ever since—missing out on WrestleMania 34 as well as several other notable WWE events.

The vast majority of professional wrestling experts believe that Ambrose is likely to miss out on no less than nine months of in-ring action due to the injury.

It’s now being reported that Ambrose was spotted late last week in Birmingham, Alabama—consulting with the WWE’s doctors in the city.

Contrary to rumours of Ambrose returning to the ring immediately after Wrestlemania 34, the belief is that he’s yet to complete rehabbing his triceps injury.

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What’s next?

Fans can expect Ambrose to return in August or September of this year.

Experts note that despite the long hiatus, Ambrose is likely to once again be featured prominently on WWE programming upon his return.

Author’s take

Ambrose is perhaps one of the toughest individuals to have ever stepped foot inside a professional wrestling ring.

Ambrose is never afraid to mix it up with the biggest, baddest WWE Superstars, nor is he wary of executing high-risk, high-reward manoeuvres.

Sportskeeda wishes “The Lunatic Fringe” Dean Ambrose a safe & speedy recovery. 

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Johny Payne
SENIOR ANALYST
Martial artist and combat Lover from Goa, India. Can be reached at johnypayne121@gmail.com
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