Big E Nov 21, 2021; Brooklyn, NY, USA; WWE World Heavyweight Champion Big E enters the arena to face WWE Universal Champion Roman Reigns (not pictured) during WWE Survivor Series at Barclays Center. Mandatory Credit: Joe Camporeale-USA TODAY Sports

Former WWE superstar Big E last wrestled in March 2022. After he addressed fans on Saturday, it doesn’t sound like that will change anytime soon.

Fans have been wondering if we’d ever see Big E again after he suffered an unfortunate neck injury in early 2022. Since then, the former WWE Champion has appeared on WWE TV a few times but in a non-wrestling capacity.

E addressed his fans on Saturday with a message that offered an update on his health.

“Hey, all! Two-year neck scans are in. Things are unchanged. My C1 has healed fibrously but has not formed new bone. I’m not medically cleared, and truthfully, I may never be cleared,” he said. “But I am blessed to be free of pain, immensely happy, and otherwise healthy. Life is good.”

Real name Ettore Ewen, Big E first made his impression on WWE fans in 2012. He joined Dolph Ziggler and AJ Lee to form a trio that some fans affenctionately referred to as “Team Rocket.”

E eventually went on to join Kofi Kingston and Xavier Woods to form The New Day, which became one of the most significant and greatest factions of all time. They won multiple Tag Team Championships and other gold, including the WWE Championship, which was won both by E and Kingston.

All told, as long as he’s healthy and happy, then it’s all good for Big E.

[Ettore ‘Big E’ Ewen]

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