The latest update on Jason Jordan’s journey to returning to in-ring action has surfaced online.
Pwinsider.com is reporting the former WWE Raw Tag Team Champion was in Birmingham, Alabama to get his neck evaluated by doctors last week. There’s still no word yet on when he could return to in-ring action but it’s possible that he received some good news regarding his status and when he would be allowed to compete inside of a WWE ring once again.
Jordan underwent successful surgery earlier year to repair a neck injury. The procedure Jordan underwent is called a minimally invasive posterior cervical microdiscectomy. Since then, it’s been reported that Jordan had been working backstage as a producer once he was cleared to travel on the road.
The latest mention of him on WWE television was when WWE Hall of Famer and then-Raw General Manager Kurt Angle noted on the WWE Elimination Chamber PPV Pre-Show that he would be returning from injury to in-ring action shortly after WrestleMania 34. Obviously, that time is well past. The last run of Jordan’s career saw him be paired with Intercontinental Champion Seth Rollins. This is where they would go onto win the Raw Tag Team Champions. However, their run together was cut short as a result of this injury.