Bryan wanted to get surgery back in August but his doctor was convinced he could rehab it without going under the knife. That hasn't worked and it's likely he'll end up getting surgery after all, months later. It's now been five months since Bryan got the original neck surgery which was thought to fix this problem, and who knows how long he'd been dealing with the arm injury before that.
Meltzer wasn't sure what kind of surgery Bryan would be having (Tommy John was the rumor last time we did one of this threads) and exactly how long Bryan will be out, but a return at Rumble is doubtful and even Mania is in some question.
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#4 Posted on 14.10.14 1307.55 Reposted on: 14.10.21 1308.12
I feel for the guy. I just had my fourth spinal cord surgery in the last 8 years, and there is nothing more frustrating than having to wait for your nerves to start working again. I was told that I may never be the same again, and I hope and pray that isn't the case for him.
Another sad part for him is once you operate on the back/neck there's a good chance you'll need more than one procedure done to fix the problem.