Those who watched Sunday’s Royal Rumble pay-per-view know that Jason Jordan did minimal work in he and Seth Rollins’ Raw Tag Team title loss to Cesaro and Sheamus. The bout was centered around an early-match head injury sustained by Jordan, which incapacitated him throughout.
The Wrestling Observer Newsletter reports that Jordan is currently working through a legitimate neck injury. In matches that Jordan takes part in, WWE is noticeably having him do as little as possible to not further aggravate the injury. However, the Observer notes that Jordan is reportedly having issues with his grip, which can be a sign of neurological trauma.
Jordan was at one point slated to participate in the Elimination Chamber match on February 25, but with the significance of the injury, those plans are up in the air.
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