WWE Injury

Injury updates for WWE/NXT talent

There are currently eight women sidelined with injuries within WWE, including NXT. Below are details on their current status and expected return timetables.

Alexa Bliss: Yesterday, WWE confirmed Bliss suffered a minor shoulder injury. They say she will return to action soon.

Nia Jax: Jax tore her ACL in both knees prior to WrestleMania. She underwent surgery in April to repair both ACL tears. WWE expects her to return eight to fourteen months post-surgery, which could potentially lead to an appearance at Royal Rumble.

Ruby Riott: Riott underwent shoulder surgery to repair bilateral injury’s on both shoulders. Surgery on her right shoulder took place on May 22 and the left on Aug. 6. She hopes to make a return in early 2020.

Mickie James: James suffered a torn ACL at a live event in Texas in June. She successfully underwent surgery on July 16th and hoping to return to action in April 2020. James has been doing commentary for Main Event in recent weeks.

Ember Moon: Moon is out with what is described as an ankle or Achilles injury. She hasn’t had surgery to repair the injury but she will be sidelined for an undisclosed time period. She could potentially be out for a year.

Kavita Devi: Devi suffered a torn ACL and had surgery to repair it on Aug.15. The typical return date after an ACL team is eight to twelve months.

Karen Q: Karen broke her leg during an NXT event on July 27 and had surgery the following day to repair the break. In September, she started light cardio and began to walk with a boot. Timetable for return is unknown.

Rachel Evers: Evers tore her ACL on July 27 at an NXT live event. She had successful surgery on Aug. 6. Typical return to action is eight to twelve months.

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