How Long Daniel Bryan May Be Out Of Action For

Ryan Clark May 15, 2014 0

How Long Daniel Bryan May Be Out Of Action For



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As noted earlier, Daniel Bryan successfully underwent neck surgery earlier today in Pittsburgh, PA. Bryan’s issue was described as a “lingering” nerve issue with his neck. Bryan underwent a cervical foraminotomy in order to decompress the nerve root. The procedure involves surgeons go in through the back of the neck to shave the inside edges of joints in the neck and spine that are causing compression. This is done in order to prevent the eventual collapse of a spinal disc.

There is no official timetable for his return, but the usual recovery from such a procedure for heavy physical activity is 2-3 months. Bryan is already out of bed and wearing a soft neck brace. At this time, he is expected to be released from the hospital in one or two days. Prior to the surgery, WWE expected Bryan to be out up to eight weeks, with the target for return at the Summerslam PPV.

WWE will address the status of the WWE World Heavyweight Title during this Monday’s RAW.



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