The latest on Sheamus.
Dave Meltzer of the Wrestling Observer reports that Sheamus is "ready to return." Sheamus hasn't competed since suffering a reported concussion on Apr. 9 in a six-man tag team match against New Day. The 41-year-old also suffers from spinal stenosis.
The report goes on to say that Sheamus will be brought back if there is a storyline present for him. Sheamus has repeatedly said that he isn't sure when he will return, but he misses being in the ring.
Furthermore, Meltzer reports that the Usos are scheduled back "sometime soon" but no date was given. The Usos have been off television since July 29. Jimmy Uso was arrested and charged with DUI on July 25. The duo missed their SummerSlam weekend appearances in Canada due to Jimmy's charges.
Finally, Meltzer reports that it "isn't looking good" for Jason Jordan to return. He's been out since January 2018 after undergoing neck surgery but has worked backstage as a producer.
It's been a week of returns in WWE as Luke Harper, Rusev, and Lio Rush all returned to television this past week following extended absences from the company.
You can keep up with all the injury news in WWE with Fightful's injury report.
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