Shane McMahon Making 'Phenomenal Progress' During Torn Quad Recovery
Following an injury at WWE WrestleMania 39 Shane McMahon's rehab is going well, according to his son Declan.
Shane McMahon is making "phenomenal progress" recovering from the injury sustained at this year's WWE WrestleMania, according to his son Declan.
Interviewed on the Developmentally Speaking show, Declan explained:
"His rehab’s going very, very well. He’s gotten back to jogging. He's squatting. He’s starting to work out again. [...] He’s making phenomenal progress. The doctor said all the time that he’s healing quicker than they thought and, you know, when he tore it, he completely tore his quad tendon. So that’s a very long, hard recovery, but he’s been crushing rehab. He’s been doing his thing. He’ll hopefully get back soon.
"Obviously you want to see your dad be able to do what they love, right? My dad loves wrestling second to none. He truly cares for the business. But not only for the business, he truly wants to just put on a show for the fans. [...] So hopefully he comes back better than ever. And I think, you know, his rehab is going great."
Shane was injured on night two of WrestleMania 39 in Los Angeles, California, during an impromptu match with The Miz. Guest host Snoop Dogg improvised a scuffle with Miz and pinned him with the People's Elbow.
H/T to F4WOnline.