Jason Jordan Remaining Optimistic About His Future, Notes That He's On The Road To Recovery

Jason Jordan keeping a positive vibe.

WWE superstar Jason Jordan has been out of commission since January of this year. Jordan's last match for the WWE was at the Royal Rumble pay-per-view where he and Seth Rollins dropped the RAW Tag Team Championships to Sheamus and Cesaro. During that match Jason Jordan did not get involved physically and it was soon revealed that he was set to undergo "Minimally Invasive" neck surgery. Once the surgery was complete, WWE sent out the following notification updating the public on the situation at hand:

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Raw Superstar Jason Jordan underwent successful surgery this morning to repair a neck injury, WWE.com can confirm.

“He had an injury to a disc in his neck which resulted in significant pain that was refractory to all conservative measures,” WWE Medical Director Dr. Joseph Maroon said. “It was decided to do a minimally invasive operation to decompress the nerve, to allow it to heal.”

The procedure Jordan underwent is called a minimally invasive posterior cervical microdiscectomy. It is not known just how long Jordan will be out of action.


The latest update on the former three-time WWE Tag Team Champion came way of Dave Meltzer of the Wrestling Observer who reported that Jason Jordan has transitioned to a backstage role and is shadowing producers while he is out of action. Jordan was written off of WWE TV in early February by his storyline father Kurt Angle so that he could go have the aforementioned neck surgery. In three months it will have marked a full year since Jordan has been off WWE TV and today he sent out a photo of himself on the beach with a caption which read that he is on the road to recovery and is remaining optimistic about getting back to where he belongs which is the squared circle. 

 

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