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Time to heal. Injuries are one of the worst things that can happen to any wrestler as you never know when one can take place. No matter how well trained or experienced a wrestler may be, someone can get hurt at the drop of a hat and be put on the shelf for a very long time. That was the situation earlier hits year, and now we know a bit more about the extended recovery.

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Back on March 11, Big E. suffered a broken neck due to a botched belly to belly suplex from Ridge Holland, leaving his in-ring future in doubt. During an interview with These Urban Times, Big E. revealed that he is scheduled to undergo more tests in March 2023 at the one year mark of his injury. His C1 is currently broken in two spots, leaving Big E. needing to make sure he made the best decision for himself. There is no word on if he will be able to wrestle again.

He’s good when he’s healthy. Check out what Big E. can do in the ring:

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Opinion: Big E. has one of the most serious injuries you will see in wrestling and you never want to see someone go down like this. It is nice to see that there seems to be hope of him getting back in the ring, but it would not be shocking if his in-ring career was over for good. What matters the most is that Big E. is able to move and live a seemingly normal life, though it would be great to have him wrestle again.

What do you think of Big E.? Do you think he will wrestle again? Let us know in the comments below.

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