Big E Shares Unfortunate Update On His In-Ring Return

Big E Shares Unfortunate Update On His In-Ring Return

Big E was recently asked about his potential return to the ring and provided an unfortunate update.

Big E has not wrestled since March 11, 2022, when he suffered a broken neck following a tag team match between The New Day and The Brawling Brutes. Big E landed on his head after receiving a botched overhead belly-to-belly suplex from Ridge Holland.

Big E sustained fractures to his C1 vertebra and C6 vertebra. There were no damages to Big E's spinal ligaments, and he didn't have any spinal cord injury. Big E also didn't undergo any surgery, but there's a possibility that he might not wrestle again.

In an interview with TMZ Sports on the streets of New York City, Big E was asked about his progress almost two years after his neck injury.

"It's all together, the bone's connected to the other bone, so yeah that's a great thing," Big E said. "I just want to make a smart decision. I didn't start wrestling to end up in a wheelchair, so I just want to make sure I'm just making the best decision for myself. I don't have a timeline, unfortunately, but thank you for asking." 

It's an unfortunate update for fans who are waiting for Big E's return. Big E is set to miss his second WrestleMania in a row but seems to be in good spirits despite the possibility of not wrestling again.

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