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WWE News: Update On Dean Ambrose’s Whereabouts & Recovery

WWE Superstar Dean Ambrose has been very scarcely seen since suffering a triceps tear back in December, which forced the former WWE Champion to undergo surgery with a reported recovery time of 6-9 months. Recently, ‘The Lunatic Fringe’ was on-hand at a Stanley Cup Finals game as the Las Vegas Golden Knights took on the Washington Capitals (which you can check out here), where Dean was no longer wearing a sling for his injured arm.

About a month ago, it was revealed that Ambrose had essentially moved himself to Birmingham, Alabama (you can find that here), but it was still unclear how far out from returning he was. Previously, there had been speculation that Dean suffered a setback, however that was not confirmed.

Today, PWInsider reports that Ambrose has been at the WWE Performance Center over the past few days to continue working towards a return. Unfortunately, it’s not known if he was simply continuing to rehab his injured triceps or if he was back inside the squared circle again.

EA’s Take: Let the Ambrose return speculation continue! Some have suggested that perhaps Dean would be back tomorrow night at Money In The Bank, possibly to cost his old tag team partner Seth Rollins the Intercontinental Championship. It’s really tough to say based off of this report. Here’s what we do know though…nine times out of ten, going to the Performance Center is the last steps towards getting cleared. Of course I can’t say for certain that’s what’s going on here, however if he was there to simply rehab the arm and not get into a ring, then I don’t understand what the point of that would be. If that’s the case, it would just make so much more sense to me that he stayed in Birmingham.

 

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