WWE superstars may render and take some of the most surreal beatings that you have ever seen in your life. But the entertainment they provide on your TV screens is not without a cost. A botched move or an overworked muscle may be some of the many reasons a superstar can get injured. Let us take a look at three superstars who may make their WWE returns in a few days.
Jeff Hardy injured his knee in a House show in April of 2019 and had to vacate the Smack Down Tag-team championships that he had been holding with his brother. The younger Hardy Brother spoke about his need for surgery in a backstage interview. Hardy needed rehabilitation for five to six months and reportedly will be returning to WWE action in Early November.
"The Modern Day Maharaja" received a massive push from WWE in the past few years and even held the WWE championship. He injured his knee in a match against Ali on June 15. Mahal promised that his comeback is going to be "legendary." Mahal was reported to be returning to action in November along with the likes of Jeff Hardy but reports are yet to be confirmed.
"The Freak" Lars Sullivan was being pushed by the WWE as they believed that he could face superstars like Braun Strowman and Roman Reigns. Sullivan, who made his debut on the RAW after WrestleMania 35, made a statement as he beat the Lucha House Party at the WWE SuperShowdown. Sullivan suffered a knee injury in June and the MRI report suggested that he needed immediate attention. Sullivan may return to action by the end of this year or in January. It may not be strange to fathom Sullivan being the surprise entrant at the Royal Rumble.