Dean Ambrose injury update provided by WWE

Dean Ambrose (Jonathan Good) is undergoing surgery for a potential triceps tear tonight. The severity of the injury won’t be known until the procedure takes place. “An MRI has shown suspicion for a high-grade triceps tendon injury, possibly a tear, so he is undergoing surgical exploration and most likely surgical repair of the torn triceps tendon,” WWE physician Dr. Chris Amann told WWE.com. “That surgery will be happening later this evening, and we should have some further updates either later tonight or tomorrow morning as to what the findings were, what the structures that were damaged were, and also a timeline for recovery.”

Powell’s POV: Orthopedic surgeon Dr. Jeffrey Dugas will perform the surgery. A full tear could sideline Ambrose for up to six months, which would cause him to miss WrestleMania. That said, noting is official until they perform the procedure and assess the damage. Obviously, we wish him the best of luck.

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Readers Comments (2)

  1. Ambrose has been a workhorse his entire WWE run and it’s surprising he hasn’t suffered an injury like this sooner. Wish him well. Hope he comes back as heel.

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