It appears that Noam Dar will be out of action for the next several months.
After WWE announced on 205 Live this week that Dar had a knee injury that would require surgery, an article on WWE.com noted that Dar underwent successful surgery on his left knee in Orlando yesterday. WWE claims that Dar suffered the injury, which was a "bucket handle" tear of his meniscus, in the cruiserweight fatal four-way match on the November 27th episode of Raw. He then got an MRI done this Monday after weeks of lingering issues.
While the exact time it will take him to recover from the injury hasn't been confirmed, Dar said in the WWE.com article that he's more than likely going to be out for around five months. Dar also said he hopes training at the Performance Center will reduce the timetable.
Dave Meltzer confirmed in this week's edition of the Wrestling Observer Newsletter that Dar's injury was legitimate and that he would be undergoing surgery.
Dar has most recently been part of Enzo Amore's Zo Train stable on Raw and 205 Live. His last match before getting surgery was against Cedric Alexander on December 5th.