Smackdown Live‘ Superstar Samir Singh has now posted a recovery update on his condition now that he has had the surgery on his ACL.

As we previously reported, Singh had torn his ACL during the United States Championship tournament while defending Jinder Mahal.

Now just four weeks post operation and Singh is already making fantastic progress on his recovery, as shown in a small video clip the Superstar tweeted out.

In the clip, the Superstar placed his full weight on his surgically repaired knee and walked slowly without the use of crutches.

Check out the tweet and clip below:

We at Wrestling Rumors would like to congratulate Samir Singh on his successful surgery and his incredible recovery so far. We hope that he is able to return to action as soon as possible.

You can find Singh featured in a match vs. AJ Styles on ‘Smackdown Live’ below.

AJ Styles vs. The Singh Brothers - Handicap Match: SmackDown LIVE, Nov. 28, 2017

What are your thoughts on this injury? Were you aware he was injured in the first place?

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