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Injured WWE Superstar Skip Sheffield to Return Soon?

Colonel SteeleAnalyst IMay 8, 2011

Skip Sheffield has been injured since last August after breaking his ankle during a live show in Hawaii. Since then, Sheffield has been seldom seen or heard, with his only appearances really being in Nexus video packages.

However, he recently started tweeting, beholding some good news for fans of Sheffield.

All three tweets were actually basically the same, with the second just continuing from where the first left off and the third doing the same. It gave details on why he has been out of action for so long, along with his intention to return soon:


"First and last update since so many of you have been kind to ask. Things have been extremely complicated with the injury and it was..."

"... Much more than just a broken ankle and leg. It has been the most positive experience of my life and I promise you I will return very soon..."

"... Bigger and badder than anything you have ever seen. Nobody is going to stop me from achieving what I have set out to do."


To summarize, his injury was a lot worse than feared, although he's almost fully recovered and should soon be making his return. This is really good news for the likes of Vince McMahon, who is reportedly high on Sheffield and considers him to be a future No.2 babyface.

The former NXT star does appear to have potential, although I hope this injury does not set him back.

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