Mike Johnson of PWInsider.com is reporting that Dean Ambrose was seen last week at the WWE Performance Center in Orlando, Florida over the last several days working on the rehabilitation of his high-grade triceps tendon injury.
Ambrose underwent a successfully surgery back in December 2017 to repair the tendon with a recovery time that was believed to be possibly four to six months, then later was reported that Ambrose would be out of action for possibly up to nine months.
Back in April during WWE’s South Africa tour, Seth Rollins appeared on the KFM Radio Morning show and stated that Ambrose would expected to return to in-ring action in the late spring/early summer. It would appear Ambrose is close to that prediction.
There is no word if Ambrose was in a wrestling ring at the Performance Center or only doing physical therapy on his arm. We will continue to keep you updated as more details are available on Ambrose’s return to in-ring action.