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WWE rules Jason Jordan out of WrestleMania 34

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Jason Jordan has had a rough past few months, and it looks like things have just gotten a lot worse for him now.

For the past several weeks reports have been focused on Jason Jordan's lingering neck injury. WWE confirmed recently that Jordan underwent "minimally invasive" surgery to help repair the issue and was written off WWE TV beforehand when Kurt Angle sent him home.

There have been a ton of conflicting reports regarding Jordan's injury; some saying that he is staring at the possibility of missing up to a year, while his wife took to social media to note that the injury is a minor one and he'll be back in no time at all.

On last night's episode of Monday Night RAW WWE cleared things up a bit by giving the WWE Universe an update on Jordan's status.

According to his storyline father, WWE Hall Of Famer, and RAW General Manager Kurt Angle; Jordan's surgery will keep him out-of-action until sometime after WrestleMania 34.

With that being said it seems that Jordan will miss out on this year's "Show Of Shows" from New Orleans.

When the announcement was made by Angle on Monday Night RAW fans actually cheered Jordan's injury and the fact that he'd be missing WrestleMania:

Jordan started off his WWE career as one half of the NXT tag team American Alpha alongside Chad Gable. Eventually the pair were called up to the main roster on SmackDown Live, where they won the brand's Tag Team Titles.

After dropping the tag team straps Jordan was called up to Monday Night RAW to be a part of one of the biggest storylines of 2017.

He was revealed as the illegitimate son of Angle, who had been blackmailed for the past several weeks on WWE TV.

Since then Jordan has sparked the beginning of his singles career and even won the RAW Tag Team Titles alongside Seth Rollins.

They were forced to drop the titles due to his injury and WWE also had plans for the pair to face-off against one another at WrestleMania.

Now that Jordan is out of Mania this year, those plans of course are now dead in the water.

What are your thoughts on Jordan reportedly being out-of-action until after WrestleMania 34 in New Orleans this year? Do you think that WWE could pull a swerve and have Jordan return at or before "The Show Of Shows?" And were you looking forward to a possible Seth Rollins vs. Jason Jordan match-up at WrestleMania? Have YOUR say in the comments section below, and the fourth episode of GiveMeSport’s WWE podcast is here!

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