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WWE Rumor Mill: Big update on Dean Ambrose's health & recovery

Riju Dasgupta
19.65K   //    17 Jun 2018, 12:26 IST

This is fantastic news for Dean Ambrose fans!
This is fantastic news for Dean Ambrose fans!

What's the story?

Fans have been yearning for a Dean Ambrose return for a while now. Ambrose has unfortunately been out of commission for a while now, owing to a major triceps tear.

Thankfully, PWInsider and NoDQ bring us some good tidings! The latest on Dean Ambrose is that he's been at the WWE Performance Center for the last few days, though it is unknown what he's doing there.

In case you didn't know...

Dean Ambrose is one of the most popular babyfaces in the current era of WWE. He was injured in December last year, and it was estimated that the injury would keep him out of commission for nine whole agonizing months.

Ambrose's injury came at a very unfortunate time, right in the midst of a Shield reunion that was setting the WWE on fire. Little has been known about his recovery and rehab. Thankfully, we finally have some good news about the Lunatic.

The heart of the matter

What I do know at this time is that Ambrose is working very hard on rehabilitating his triceps tear. What is unknown at this point in time, is whether or not he was training in one of the rings at the Performance Center.

One of the possibilities that the rumour does explore is that Ambrose was merely at the Performance Center for physiotherapy. If so, it may be quite a while because he actually returns to the ring again.

What's next?

The initial recovery time for Ambrose was supposedly nine months. Therefore, I think it may be quite a while before he makes his return to the ring. It would be interesting to see what role the Lunatic Fringe returns in.

Do you want to see Dean Ambrose return immediately? Are you missing The Lunatic Fringe?

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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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