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MASSIVE injured WWE Superstar reportedly “ready” to come back

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WWE fans have been eagerly awaiting updates on Braun Strowman, especially after his sudden absence from the ring since early May.

Before his hiatus, Strowman had formed an unexpected yet highly popular tag team with Ricochet.

Their partnership was born out of social media exchanges, which eventually led to them becoming a fan-favourite pair.

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Ricochet Speaks on Strowman’s Condition amid WWE Return

In a recent interaction with Steve Fall for Ten Count Media, Ricochet shed some light on Strowman’s condition.

Ahead of the much-anticipated SummerSlam event, Ricochet revealed, “He’s doing great, he needed a little surgery, but he’s doing great.”

He further added, “He’s recuperating, he’s doing fine. I know he’s ready to get back, I can only imagine he’s ready to get back. I miss my tag partner, I think we had something good going. I think the fans were getting into it pretty well.

“Obviously, I want to be tag team champion and who better to have on your side than the biggest man on the roster? I can’t wait for him to get back. He’s doing great.”

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The Nature of Strowman’s Injury

While Ricochet described Strowman’s surgery as ‘little’, it’s essential to note that the 6′ 8″ WWE superstar underwent a fusion on his C4 and C5 vertebrae.

Such a procedure is not minor by any means. However, the positive takeaway is that Strowman is on the mend and reportedly eager to return to the ring.

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