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By Mike Johnson on 2018-05-02 09:52:00

WWE star Jason Jordan, who has been out of action since early 2018 due to an issue with a a nerve in his neck that required surgery is slated to return later this month to the Raw brand, has learned.  He may be on the road for the company as early as next week, according to several WWE sources.

Jordan underwent neck surgery on 2/5, described at the time as "a minimally invasive operation to decompress the nerve," by WWE Medical Director Dr. Joseph Maroon.

WWE removed Jordan from all live events in January, still featuring him on WWE TV in non-physical roles, leading to Jordan and Seth Rollins losing the Raw Tag Team championship at the 2018 Royal Rumble in a match that saw Rollins handle all the physical action.

Jordan was written out of Raw storylines in February when his storyline "father" Kurt Angle ordered Jordan to go home until he was medically cleared to compete.  As we reported at the time, that was a case of art imitating life as Jordan had been pulled from all WWE commitments.

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