Impact Wrestling star Heath Miller, formerly known as Heath Slater in WWE, is slated to undergo hernia surgery in a few weeks.
He’s been out of action for the last few months as he last worked the “Call Your Own Shot” Battle Royal at the Bound for Glory pay-per-view event in October.
He took to Twitter to address the messages from wrestlers and concerned fans about his status.
“After three different doctors, three different ways to go with this, I finally found a doctor that can do everything at once. Yes, it has taken three months to find this doctor and yes, it has been an up and down roller coaster ride of crap. Finally found the doctor that can do all my surgeries. I have a sports hernia on the left side of my pubic bone, another hernia on the right side that I don’t even know the name of it.
My abductor muscle is actually ripped off the bone, has to get…and I have a rip in my abdomen wall on both sides so a little bit of a mess. My spirits are still high, I’m gonna be out for a little while. My surgery is, thank God, March 1st. After March 1st, it’s gonna be the road to recovery. Yeah, keep me in your prayers everybody.”
Surgery March 1st!! pic.twitter.com/DoD0C8BKGB
— HEATHXXII (@HEATHXXII) February 19, 2021