Tamina Snuka undergoes surgery this week
WWE star Tamina Snuka revealed on Twitter that she recently underwent surgery this week, thanking WWE and apologizing to her fans.
According to a report by PWInsider.com, it was revealed on the Edge and Christian podcast that Snuka worked the Royal Rumble PPV with a torn rotator cuff.
Her surgery is expected to keep her out of action for the next six months.
One week post surgery and I’m feeling great. Thanks to @KaplanSportsUM @mikeletter and his great team for fixing me up…AGAIN😜. Big thanks to @wwe and I apologize to all my fans and thanks for the support. I’m anxious to get back! #SoonerThenYouThink #UnfinishedBuisness pic.twitter.com/z9eGWBfZay
— Tamina Snuka (@TaminaSnuka) February 10, 2018
WWE profiles the latest Performance Center tryout
WWE.com has an article up profiling the latest tryouts at the Performance Center.
This was the first three-day tryout camp the company has held this year.
“The camp features a diverse group of WWE hopefuls from around the globe, including athletes from Canada, the United Kingdom, Cameroon, Hungary and Israel. A wide range of athletic backgrounds is represented at the tryout, with candidates coming from the worlds of mixed martial arts, amateur grappling, gymnastics, bodybuilding, strongman competitions and football. The camp also features several top prospects from the independent wrestling scene in the U.S. and abroad.”