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Former WWE Champion Expected To Return Soon

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Former WWE Champion Big E suffered a broken neck on the March 11th 2022 episode of SmackDown.

During an interview on the Battleground podcast, Big E said the Doctors recently scanned his neck and they will soon discuss his future in pro-wrestling.

The good news is that Big E doesn’t face any issues in his day-to-day life.

Below is what The New Day member said:

“Yeah, it’s just a complicated fracture. I broke my C1 and C2 in two places. A Jefferson fracture is what it’s called. It just takes a little more time to heal.

We just did the one-year scans after WrestleMania. It was a little later because of WrestleMania. We need to sit down with the doctors at some point and figure out what the next step is, but from my perspective, I feel great.

I have no functional issues, [and] no pain issues. I’ve been in the gym since two weeks after I broke my neck. I’m feeling great. I’m really grateful for all of that.

Obviously, your neck has to be in a certain condition to deal with the rigors of being in the ring on a nightly basis.”

According to Xero News, Big E is expected to return to WWE TV soon:

“Big E is getting closer to a return. There are plans to have The New Day back together.”

Kofi Kingston of The New Day is currently out of action with an injury as well.

Xavier Woods was drafted to RAW and recently suffered losses to Intercontinental Champion Gunther and Dominik Mysterio.

WRKD Wrestling reported last month that WWE wants to book a feud between The New Day and Imperium, which will lead to Big E taking on Gunther for the Intercontinental Title.

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