Jason Jordan undergoes neck operation

The WWE announced on Tuesday evening that Jason Jordan (Nathan Everhart) underwent a minimally invasive procedure to address an existing neck injury earlier in the morning.

The WWE announced on Tuesday that Jason Jordan (Nathan Everhart) underwent a minimally invasive procedure earlier in the morning to address an existing neck injury.

The WWE’s story stated the procedure was a minimally invasive posterior cervical microdiscectomy that was done to decompress the nerve that has been affected in the neck, allowing it to heal.

They are not listing a timetable for his return.

His legitimate injury was woven into the ongoing storyline involving Seth Rollins with Jordan’s inability to compete in Monday’s tag title match on Raw due to the injury. Jordan was later sent home by Kurt Angle until he is medically cleared to return.

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