WWE Raw: Roman Reigns to update fans on his injury recovery

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Roman Reigns fans will definitely want to watch the next Monday Night Raw after Reigns revealed that he will be appearing on WWE's flagship programme to update his loyal fans on his recovery from injury.

It is understood that Roman Reigns will return to WWE in the next couple of months from his hernia injury, with the powerful wrestler currently being monitored on a week-to-week basis.

Injury update

Speaking to Sirius/XM satellite radio host Sam Roberts at Ringside Fest on Saturday, Reigns explained that the next Raw will certainly be worth watching for his fans.

"I'll be at Brooklyn at Raw," Reigns explained according to wrestlinginc.com, "talk to the WWE Universe a little bit, let them know my situation."

Roman Reigns is currently at the point in his recovery where he is able to do cardio work, which is a significant step in the right direction for the popular wrestler.

Major emergency surgery

Reigns suffered his hernia injury the day before Night of Champions, which proved to be a big blow for WWE and its fans.

The superstar wrestler had to undergo emergency surgery for the incarcerated hernia immediately, with the injury forcing a major re-write of WWE's script for Night of Champions and the next two months.

Reigns is currently undergoing extensive rehabilitation for his injury, but the superstar wrestler has not allowed his injury to stop him from fulfilling his wrestling duties.

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Bad times for WWE

Appearing at the Ringside Fest on Saturday, Reigns gave the wrestling fans that turned up a massive boost in hard times.

WWE has faced a lot of criticism this year because of a number of issues that have plagued the company. CM Punk's acrimonious exit from WWE in January started a run of bad luck for WWE and its chairman Vince McMahon, and McMahon was even forced to cut the company's budget for 2014 by $20 million after WWE Network failed to live up to its billing.

The sooner one of the most popular wrestlers in WWE in Roman Reigns returns, the better for McMahon, WWE, and most importantly, the fans.

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