Triple H tears quadriceps tendon
Written: January 8, 2007
Following an MRI with Dr. James Andrews in Birmingham, Ala. on Monday, Triple H was diagnosed with a ruptured quadriceps tendon.
Officially, The Game suffered a tear of one of the four tendons in his right quadriceps. The injury occurred during DX’s match with Rated-RKO at New Year’s Revolution. Surgery will be performed on Tuesday in Alabama, and WWE doctor Ferdinand Rios estimates that The Game will need four to six months to rehabilitate the injury.
While he was in a tremendous amount of pain prior to the MRI, Triple H was said to be in great spirits.
Stay tuned to WWE.com for further updates.
The Wrestling Observer had this to say yesterday:
It is ironic that today is five years ago to the day of his televised return from a similar injury he had suffered on May 21, 2001, in San Jose.
I’ll be posting more as I find things out…four to six month! It sucks, but last time he was out for almost a year…I say bring back Marty Janetty and have a Rockers reunion!
DX, as in Triple H and Shawn Michaels never were able to get the tag team championship (I believe they were supposed to last night, but then HHH got injured) and neither did the Rockers. Maybe this will be their time to shine. Do it!