Injuries are a massive part of pro-wrestling. In fact, it's pretty much impossible for WWE stars to avoid them over the course of their careers.
2018 has been particularly tough on the roster, with a number of huge names being sidelined for long periods.
WATCHING FROM THE SIDELINES
The likes of Dean Ambrose, Ruby Riott, Sami Zayn and Jason Jordan all suffered serious problems earlier this year - and so far, only the first two have returned.
We know that Zayn is expected to be out until at least 2019, after requiring surgery to repair both of his rotator cuffs.
That's very tough for "The Underdog from the Underground" and his fans, but at least we have a rough idea of when to expect him back on RAW.
Unfortunately, the same can't be said for Jordan, who's also still yet to make his return to WWE.
A CURIOUS CASE
Back in February, he was written off TV - and that came at the worst time, as the star was in the middle of a huge push on RAW.
Jordan was taken off because he required surgery for a neck injury - and although he had that over seven months ago, he's been recovering from it ever since.
Over the summer, there were countless reports that suggested he could make his return at Extreme Rules, SummerSlam or Hell in a Cell.
That's because he'd been spotted backstage at events and was even doing some promotional work for WWE - but after all that, Jason still hasn't returned to the ring.
Now, the latest rumours suggest that he was never close to making a comeback this summer - in fact, the truth about his situation is far more worrying.
THE WORST-CASE SCENARIO
According to Cageside Seats, there is no timetable for Jordan to return to the ring. One of their sources has suggested that his neck "was a lot worse than they thought it was going to be".
Because of that, it's possible that his wrestling career is over.
That would be heartbreaking. Jordan may not have been winning over all the WWE fans when he was in the midst of his big push, but there's no doubt he's a highly talented young star.
If his career really is to be cut short at the age of just 29, it would be very sad indeed.
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