Kevin Owens provides an update on his condition.
At a WWE live event on November 13, Kevin Owens reportedly suffered a knee injury that caused his match to finish quicker than expected. Owens' status for WWE Survivor Series, which he had yet to be announced for, was in question.
Owens was revealed as the fifth member of Team Sheamus (Sheamus, Ridge Holland, Butch, & Drew McIntyre) on the November 18 episode of WWE SmackDown and competed in the WarGames match at WWE Survivor Series. He would go on to compete two nights later on WWE Raw.
Speaking on WWE After The Bell, Owens provided an update on how he is feeling.
"I guess I'm fine, I think. It really changes by the day. You could ask me that question tomorrow and I'm feeling awful, but today I'm okay. I'll get out of my car and my back could be shot and I'm not aware until I start walking. The last few months have been interesting in that aspect. I'll wake up fine and by 2 o'clock, my knees don't work. It really hasn't started hitting me until recently, honestly. These weird aches and pains will come and go. In this moment, I'm sitting in my truck, I feel great," he said. "My back was really bothering me going into it [WWE Raw], already, and I've had knee issues the last few weeks. I went in feeling pretty beat up, but it worked out really good and I think everyone enjoyed the match, and so did I. It's nice to walk away from it all with people enjoying what you do."
After being pinned by Jey Uso inside WarGames, Owens got a measure of revenge on WWE Raw when he defeated Jey in the main event.
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