Ringsidenews.com is reporting that there is still a chance that WWE Superstar Jason Jordan may return from neck surgery in time for WrestleMania 34. It has been rumored that Jordan was scheduled to wrestle Seth Rollins at the event, but that all depends on how quickly Jordan recovers from this week’s surgery.
The report went on to state that according to several M.D. websites, most patients who undergo this type of procedure can usually return to work or recreational activities within a month after the operation.
“Patients may return to light work duties as early as 1-2 weeks after surgery, depending on when the surgical pain has subsided. Patients may return to moderate level work and light recreational sports as early as 1 month after surgery, if the surgical pain has subsided and the neck strength has returned appropriately with physical therapy. Patients may return to heavy lifting and sports activities in 1-2 months if the surgical pain has subsided and the neck strength has returned appropriately with physical therapy.”
This could come as excellent news for Jason Jordan, when reports first came out regarding his injury it was being described as one similar to Arn Anderson and Chris Benoit, and that he could miss up to a year of in-ring action. However it now appears as though there is a good chance Jordan could return in mid-March barring any complications during his recovery.