WWE's Mustafa Ali Reveals Torn PCL
The RETRIBUTION leader is working injured
Mustafa Ali has revealed he is currently wrestling despite having suffered a torn posterior cruciate ligament.
The leader of RETRIBUTION took to social media to participate in a Twitter question and answer session on Tuesday, during which he was asked what the biggest frustration he has been through is.
The 34-year-old responded by revealing that he is currently going through it, as he continues doing his job while suffering the effects of a torn PCL.
The PCL is a ligament in the knee that connects the thigh bone to the shin bone, with injuries to the ligament most commonly occurring when an individual falls onto their knee while it is bent.
Ali faced, and defeated, United States champion Riddle on the most recent Monday Night Raw, seemingly indicating a potential feud for the title is in his near future. Ali would say, as a part of the Q&A session, that he would like to face Riddle for the United States Championship at WrestleMania 37.
One fan asked Ali about the conclusion of his match with Riddle, in particular the finish he utilised, to which he responded: "A backstabber. Things obviously got scary, but last second adjustments were made and everyone is okay. We will be able to battle another day."