As we reported last night, WWE Superstar Ruby Riott missed RAW after suffering an injury to her left knee over the weekend while working a WWE Live Event. Ruby wrestled Dana Brooke at WWE’s Live Event in Rapid City, South Dakota.
WWE revealed that Ruby was to undergo an MRI to evaluate the extent of the damage. In an update to the report, it has now been announced that Ruby’s MRI revealed that she has suffered an MCL sprain in her left knee. No timetable was provided for her return.
The amount of time she will miss all depends on the severity of the sprain. a mild grade I sprain could take anywhere from two to six weeks for recovery, while a grade III sprain could possibly take months to recovery along with extensive rehab.
We will keep you updated on Ruby Riott’s recovery and return as information becomes available.