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WWE's Robert Roode hoping he had 'successful trip' to orthopaedic office

The former WWE Raw Tag Team Champion has been out of action since late-June.
Robert Roode

Former WWE Raw Tag Team Champion Robert Roode has been out of action since late-June and on Thursday, he somewhat revealed one of the reasons why.

Roode took to Instagram to share a picture of Southlake Orthopaedics in Birmingham, Alabama, thanking them and Andrews Sports Medicine for taking great care of him this week and that he was heading home "after what is hoped to be a successful trip."

Roode didn't go into details about what his apparent injury is and what, if any, procedure was done this week.

The 45-year-old last wrestled on a June 25th house show against Omos. It was one of eight house show events he worked from May 21st through June 25th, all but one against Veer Mahaan. 

His last TV match was at the April 1st SmackDown prior to WrestleMania as an entrant in the Andre The Giant memorial battle royal. After that appearance, he was out of action until the aforementioned May 21st house show match.