Tegan Nox took to her Twitter on Friday to provide an update on her left knee recovery.
We reported in back in October Nox’s injury which took place back in August at the Mae Young Classic tapings, turned out to be a dislocated knee cap, torn MCL and LCL, torn ACL, bone contusions and a Segond fracture (a type of avulsion fracture). Prior to her injuring her left, Nox had returned from an ACL injury on her right knee that kept her out of in-ring action for a year.
Nox stated on her post she had to “undergo a knee scope last Thursday to clean out out of the gunk that built up over the last few months after ACL/Meniscus repair.”
She also noted in her post she hopes to be back by next summer.
You can check out Nox’s Twitter post below: