Karrion Kross had to take some time out of the ring following his NXT Title win. A separated shoulder didn’t stop him from pushing forward.

WWE NXT WarGames is this Sunday, and we will have live coverage right here at Ringside News. Karrion Kross could very well be ready to make his big return during that special.

Triple H spoke to Fox Sports when Karrion Kross came up in the conversation. He said that Kross knew exactly what he was going to do when he was injured. Kross set out on a mission to get that injury repaired and healed.

“But, he is a machine and that’s the one thing. The moment that he was injured and the moment the assessments were done, he was like, ‘Alright. Here’s what I’m going to do.’”


Karrion Kross had to work extremely hard to get where he is. Triple H understands that fact all too well. He stated that Kross is willing to run through a brick wall himself, and his effort is apparently.

The Game said that Kross is “ready to rock n roll,” but now they are waiting for the right time.

“He’s one of those guys that, again, you want to run through a brick wall for. But, he’ll run through the brick wall for himself. That’s the other thing. He’s not here to sit back and go, ‘Man, I hope this heals well.’ He’s going to. If it doesn’t heal well, it’s not on him. It’s not on lack of effort.  He did everything conceivable to get there and he’s ready to rock n roll. It’s just a timing thing now.”

NXT WarGames could be a perfect time for Kross to show up. He certainly wants to regain the NXT Title, a belt he never really lost. Finn Balor is the current champion, but he’s been out of action after a surgery to repair a broken jaw.

Thanks to Wrestling News for the quote

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