Ever since Kevin Owens lost the Universal Championship to Goldberg at the 2017 edition of Fast Lane, he's seemed to be stuck in a bit of a mid-card rut.
His feud with Chris Jericho finished up with Owens capturing the United States Championship, before going onto feud with Shane McMahon and re-uniting with former best friend Sami Zayn.
A WrestleMania 34 loss to McMahon and the returning Daniel Bryan followed, and ever since moving over to Monday Night Raw since the Superstar Shakeup, he's been in a seemingly never-ending feud with Braun Strowman until last month.
But last weeks Raw saw a switch-up, as Owens tackled Bobby Lashley in-front of a Chicago crowd that favoured the Prizefighter.
Lashley picked up the win though, and after the match preceded to wrap the legs of Owens around the ring post, which looked to have instigated a double turn which would have made KO a babyface for the first time on the main roster.
It was revealed though that there was another reason for the injury angle at the end of the match - Owens was suffering from a legitimate knee problem that needed correcting.
And Owens today posted a tweet to reveal the extent of the injury he's suffered from that needed surgery, and it turns out it's a lot more than just one knee that needed solving.
Early reports indicated that Owens would be out anywhere between four and eight months, and considering he's needed operations on both legs, it seems like it will be more towards the latter of that timescale.
That means he will join his former partner Zayn on the shelf, as the fellow Canadian underwent double shoulder surgery in June.
It's a shame for any superstar to get injured, but it's even more of a shame considering Owens has been pretty wasted all year being basically fed to Strowman, when he could hold his own in the main event if he wanted to as a dastardly heel.
Let's hope Owens comes back with a new badass attitude when he's all healed up, Powerbombing everyone in sight onto the ring aprons.
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