Tegan Nox has given an update regarding her current injury status.
In a Twitter post this morning, she talked about undergoing a knee scope last Thursday.
“I had to undergo a knee scope on my left knee to clean out some of the gunk that built up over the past few months after the ACL/Meniscus repair” she wrote, saying that the reason for the scope was that there was a bump in the knee that was causing her to have issues. That issue has now been fixed.
She also noted that her rehab was heating up, and credited the WWE Performance Center staff for her rehabilitation.
“Genuinely don’t know what I would do without the amazing medical staff at the PC,” she wrote. “They push me to give me all 100% of the time but are always there to help/comfort me when I feel like I just want to quit or if I feel like I have no more to give!”
Nox injured her ACLduring a match against Rhea Ripley in a Mae Young Classic quarterfinal match back in August. She had just come back from an ACL injury in her other knee that kept her out for a year.
She noted in the post that she hopes to be back by next summer.