Welcome back. Injuries can be a horrible thing in wrestling as you never know when you are going to see someone back in the ring. They can happen to anyone at any time and one of the scariest things to see is how long someone is going to be gone. Sometimes the initial time frame isn’t as bad as it seems though, and that was the case with a returning superstar this week.
Sometimes, wrestlers just can’t get away from the injury bug. No matter what they do, a wrestler can’t stay healthy for a long time with one injury after another. Those are the kind of things that can take away big stretches of a wrestler’s career and that is always difficult to see. This time around though, someone has made it back into the ring a good bit sooner than later.
This week on NXT, Fandango returned to reform Breezango with Tyler Breeze. The two defeated Oney Lorcan and Danny Burch and the Undisputed Era in a triple threat match to become the new #1 contenders to the NXT Tag Team Titles. There is no word on when the title match against Imperium will take place. The return comes after Fandango underwent Tommy John surgery in December 2019. The surgery came less than five months after he returned from missing a year due to shoulder surgery. Fandango’s most recent match had been on the December 11, 2019 NXT.
Nice to see you again. Check out the big return:
Opinion: Time has seemed to pass Breezango by but it is great to see someone coming back from an injury so soon. Fandango has been ravaged by injuries for so long now that hopefully he gets to stick around for a little longer this time. Injuries are a terrible thing to see, but you never know when he is going to be injured all over again. Hopefully this is the kind of thing that works well for him, because you never know when he might not be able to come back again.
What do you think of the return? How far can Breezango go? Let us know in the comments below.
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