As first reported by Pro Wrestling Sheet, Former NXT Tag Team Champion Scott Dawson of The Revival may be coming back to WWE television sooner than later.

Dawson suffered a bicep injury earlier this year, during the summer. The former Champion had surgery soon after in August, with the expectation being that he would be cleared in December.

Now that December is here, it appears Dawson is on-track for a return by the end of the month and is expected to be cleared to compete, provided no complications occur or are found within the coming weeks.

Dawson is part of a massively popular tag team as WWE fans will recall. The Revival have become famous in the pro-wrestling industry and were involved in the match voted best of 2016 in WWE,

WWE’s Mike Rome had a video on the official WWE YouTube channel referencing the injury that Dawson sustained at a live event for ‘Raw.’ If you would like to hear details from the company on the injury, you can watch the video we’ve provided below.

The Revival's Scott Dawson injured at WWE Live Event: Exclusive, Aug. 7, 2017

What is your dream match for The Revival? Are you excited for their return?

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