Matt Jackson of The Young Bucks has reportedly suffered a partially torn bicep, but he has opted not to have surgery.
While speaking on the recent episode of Being The Elite, Matt issued an official statement regarding the situation, stating that after consulting with multiple doctors and wrestlers, he has decided to pursue alternative forms of therapy.
Matt stated that he and his team are on their way to LA to start other forms of therapy, which should turn what would have been months out on the shelf to only just weeks. He also expressed optimism about his recovery, stating that he feels pretty good and that his arm feels pretty good as well.
“Suffered a torn bicep. It’s a partially torn bicep. After consulting with multiple doctors and wrestlers, other people in the industry who have suffered the exact same injury, I’ve decided not to do the surgery. Instead, as I said, we are on our way to LA to start other forms of therapy. These other forms of therapy shall turn what would have been months out on the shelf to only just weeks. That is the hope. I feel pretty good. I don’t know if I’m just a freak but I feel pretty good, and my arm feels pretty good. So the hope is, let’s get in there. Let’s do these other therapies, let’s do the PRP, and let’s get me back in the ring ASAP. That is the hope.”
The hope is that these other therapies, including platelet-rich plasma therapy, will help speed up Matt’s recovery and get him back in the ring as soon as possible. Fans of The Young Bucks will undoubtedly be relieved to hear that Matt’s injury is not as serious as initially feared and that he is already taking steps towards his recovery.
What do you think about Matt Jackson’s decision to pursue alternative forms of therapy for his partially torn bicep instead of opting for surgery? Leave a comment.