Kenny Omega faces an agonizing wait of several weeks before determining whether he requires surgery for his diverticulitis diagnosis. Last month, Omega revealed that he would be taking an indefinite hiatus from wrestling due to his health condition, which was deemed too risky for immediate surgery.
According to Dave Meltzer on Wrestling Observer Radio, the plan is to monitor Omega’s condition for seven weeks before making a decision on surgery. Meltzer explained that during this period, Omega will receive no treatment, and after seven weeks, a decision will be made based on his progress.
Meltzer stated, “It’s going to be nothing for seven weeks and then in seven weeks, they are going to see how everything goes and, at that point, he’ll either need surgery or he… I don’t know how he won’t need surgery, but if he can heal. Normally, you would have already done the surgery right away, but his condition and everything was so bad that they could not risk the surgery at the time and now they are kind of just.”
He continued, “It’s going to be in seven weeks he’ll either have the surgery or he won’t, and then at that point, we’ll see. He’s in a tough situation, I feel very bad for him. Until that happens, it’s a painful situation.”
Kenny Omega’s health situation remains uncertain, and fans await further updates on his condition in the coming weeks. Keep checking to Ringside News as more information becomes available.
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