Former WWE Champion Dean Ambrose was at the WWE Performance Center in Orlando, FL this past week rehabilitating his repaired triceps tear, according to PWInsider.
Ambrose has been out of action since late 2017 when he underwent surgery to repair a high-grade triceps tendon. The surgery took place in December, but the arm injury reportedly took place at the Tables, Ladders, and Chairs pay-per-view event back on October 22nd.
At TLC, Ambrose took a bump on a table that didn’t break. Following the match, his right arm immediately swelled up. While Ambrose didn’t take any time off and continued to work through the pain, things got worse over time.
WWE stated Ambrose would be out nine months at the time of his surgery been announced. Thus, that timeline would put his in-ring return around August or early September.
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