WWE's Mustafa Ali Not Imminently Undergoing Surgery
The former RETRIBUTION leader has a torn PCL
Mustafa Ali has said he will not be having surgery on a torn PCL 'in the foreseeable future' despite RETRIBUTION's apparent split.
Ali has previously spoken about wrestling on a torn PCL injury, which he sustained in a match with Ricochet on Raw at the end of December and exasperated during the 2021 Royal Rumble.
Recent reports have suggested that RETRIBUTION's split at WWE Fastlane over the weekend was initially going to happen the weekend of WrestleMania 37, but officials brought it forward to the March pay-per-view with part of the reason being to allow Ali to recover from his injury.
The 34-year-old says, however, that he isn't set to go under the knife to fix his setback, suggesting he will continue to work on despite the injury.
Writing on Twitter, Ali said: "To clear some confusion, I am not getting surgery in the foreseeable future. I’ll be okay. Thanks."
It remains to be seen what comes next for Ali and the other members of the seemingly disbanded RETRIBUTION. Reckoning and Slapjack departed individually after a barrage of abuse from Ali, while Mace and T-Bar attacked their former leader before leaving together.
However, none of them were featured during Raw this past week.