Triple H says "all is well" following surgery on his torn pectoral muscle.
WWE COO Triple H made his return to the ring last week at WWE's Crown Jewel PPV in Saudi Arabia, where he teamed with his 53-year old DX brother Shawn Michaels in a tag-team match against The Undertaker and Kane. While DX picked up the win against The Brothers of Destruction, Triple H wasn't fortunate enough to leave the arena with a clean bill of health.
Late in the match, H tore his right pectoral muscle and although he was able to finish the show he did not travel with WWE for the remainder of its European Tour. Instead, The Game headed back to the States to receive medical treatment - but first he had to take a selfie to show off his nasty injury.
Triple H underwent successful surgery on his torn pectoral muscle earlier this week and posted the following on social media from his hospital bed, "Out of surgery, happy to report all is well. Thanks to excellent medical care of Dr. Dugas and his team and all the well wishes, messages, tweets, and texts I got over the weekend. Road to recovery starts... NOW. #GameTime"
It's unknown how long the injury will keep him sidelined but there are reports that his teammate, the recently un-retired Shawn Michaels, is set to take on The Undertaker at an upcoming PPV, possibly Wrestlemania 35 in April.