Welcome back? Injuries are one of the worst things that you can see in wrestling. One of the scariest parts of them is wondering how long it will be before someone gets back in the ring. Some injuries are going to keep them out of action for a few days but some can put them out of action for years if not permanently. Now though, what seemed like a permanent injury may not be so bad.
Every now and then you see a wrestler who has all of the tools you could want. That was the case with Jason Jordan, who had the look, the size, the in-ring abilities, a solid amateur background and more. He was starting to come around on the speaking abilities as well when a neck injury put him on the shelf in January 2018. Jordan has not wrestled since but that may be changing.
Jordan’s former tag team partner Chad Gable was a guess on this week’s edition of the Bump and revealed that Jordan was trying to make a return to the ring. Gable also mentioned that he would be open to reuniting with Jordan as American Alpha. There is no word on when Jordan would be able to return if he is medically cleared. Jordan has been working with WWE as a producer since his injury.
Jordan was worth a look in the ring. Check out what he could do:
Opinion: That’s great to see as Jordan really did seem like he had a lot of potential. He is only thirty two years old and has been around the company despite not being in the ring. Jordan is someone who could go somewhere in WWE for a long time to come and it would be amazing to see him get back in the ring after more than three years, even if it is just for a short amount of time.
Thomas Hall has been a wrestling fan for over thirty years and has seen over 50,000 wrestling matches. He has also been a wrestling reviewer since 2009 with over 5,000 full shows covered. You can find his work at kbwrestlingreviews.com, or check out his- Amazon author page with 30 wrestling books.
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