Samoa Joe hasn't wrestled since February 10, 2020 and he isn't sure when he'll be able to get back in the ring.
During his time away from the ring, Joe has carved out a role for himself amongst the Raw commentary team, but fans have continued to wonder, when will he return to action?
Speaking to Rick Ucchino os Sportskeeda, Joe commented on his current status.
"As far as the timetable, no. But I just want to reassure people that you know this point, WWE medical is doing the best for my health and my well-being, and I'm appreciative of it, so we're taking our time. We're making sure that I'm as healthy as I can be. And we are... Yeah, I think that's essentially it, you know, I'm not putting a timetable on it because the type of injury is not something that I want to rush, obviously, for obvious reasons. So, yeah, I mean, that's essentially the update," said Joe. "I mean, and obviously, too, there's been some holdups from a technical standpoint with the pandemic going on and availability of medical personnel, but for the most part, we're taking a careful, measured approach, and though I don't think my in-ring career is over by a longshot I'm appreciative of the recovery time. And that my health is being respected at a premium."
Joe reportedly suffered a concussion when he hit his head on a table during a commercial shoot in February 2020, which has landed him on the sidelines. He was also suspended for 30-days on February 25, 2020 for violating WWE's wellness policy.
He has served as a member of the Raw commentary team since April 27, 2020.
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