Injury Updates on Ambrose, Charlotte, & Jordan, All In Announcers

Several WWE Superstars are on the shelf with devastating and brutal injuries at the moment. Just recently, it was reported that Sami Zayn, Goldust, and Fandango are all going to be missing months of in-ring action due to recent injuries that they’ve each just received. Fortunately, some progress on other wrestlers who are out with injuries has just been reported. Raw Superstars Dean Ambrose and Jason Jordan have been out recuperating for months, and former Smackdown Women’s Champion Charlotte also underwent surgery earlier this year for some nagging injuries. Fortunately, all three of these beloved WWE Superstars now seem to be getting very close to making their returns to the ring.
A new report found in the latest Wrestling Observer Newsletter, has just provided injury updates for Charlotte Flair, Jason Jordan, and Dean Ambrose. Flair’s return is likely to occur the quickest as she is currently scheduled to be back in three weeks, which also puts her on track to compete at SummerSlam this August. Meanwhile Jason Jordan has reportedly been cleared to return now for over a month, but WWE officials have not been able to build a program for him just yet. There have been talks about having him team up with Chad Gable again, but WWE has not decided on reforming the team just yet. Meanwhile, Dean Ambrose just visited Birmingham, Alabama for another medical evaluation, and he was also spotted in the Performance Center recently training for his in-ring comeback.
Cody Rhodes and The Young Bucks have been promising to make some huge announcements concerning the huge All In event that will be taking place this September. A couple of new matches have been announced for the show, but since the event will now be broadcasted, Cody and The Bucks have just confirmed the involvement of several announcers for the event. Impact Wrestling’s Alicia Atout, Sean Mooney, Ian Riccaboni, Don Callis, Excalibur, Bobby Cruise, and former WWE ring announcer Justin Roberts are all now confirmed to be calling the show. There is still no word on how the show will be aired just yet, but the ambitious independent wrestling event will be taking place in Chicago, Illinois on September 1st.

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