Former tag team champion of RAW and SmackDown Live will make his return in the Monday Night Raw this week. In this way, Jason Jordan will overcome his injury and return to television sooner than expected after his neck injury last January.
As revealed by PWInsider, Jordan will not be behind the scenes in Backlash but he is scheduled to participate in tomorrow ‘s WWE RAW tapings in Long Island, New York. He is scheduled to appear on television and to make his routine review and report his status to the company.
It should be remembered that on February 5, Jordan had to be operated on the neck of an injury in one of his cervical discs. To do this, as described by Dr. Joseph Maroon WWE doctor, he had to perform a small intervention to decompress the nerve by a posterior cervical microdiscectomy, allowing it to heal.
Although initially WWE and his medical team left Jordan for an indefinite time and gave the first diagnosis for his recovery of 9 months, Jordan has managed to recover quickly, leaving new information about his return for May. Finally, on Monday it seems that it will be the chosen date.
Jordan had to be removed in January after working with pain on several dates. Jordan continued to work as a RAW tag team Champion with Seth Rollins until the Royal Rumble lost the championships in a fight where Jordan did not have any action. Since then he was eliminated from all live events and his entire workload was reduced to papers without physical action. In February, during the story with his “father”. Kurt Angle, he walked away until he was recovered to return.