Tommaso Ciampa suffered an injury

Tommaso Ciampa has been one of the cornerstones of NXT since its debut in 2015

by Simone Brugnoli
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Tommaso Ciampa suffered an injury

During a very particular segment during the last episode of Monday Night Raw, we learned that one of the wrestlers on the roster is currently missing from week to week programming due to injury. During the segment The Miz tried to justify Tommaso Ciampa's absence by stating that according to him he stayed at home because of Dexter Lumis, who as we know by now has been tormenting the Magnificent and all those around him for some time, but Johnny Gargano denied everything live.

Johnny Wrestling in fact said that he had just heard via text with his closest friend but also his rival, revealing to the WWE Universe that he could say with certainty that Tommaso Ciampa is injured right now. At the moment, however, there are no specific details on what.

New details on Tommaso Ciampa

Recently it is important to note that in an Instagram post, where we see Tommaso Ciampa training in his home gym through a video, the former NXT Champion had talked about a problem that involved his hips and back: "The situation between sacrum, hips and back is progressively worsening.

I took some time away from training for my legs. I gave it a chance today, but I think it's not something that has to happen anytime soon. 30 minutes. Leg curls, leg extensions, goblet squats. 3 sets each of 20-25-12 repetitions to control muscle flexion.

Few things are as frustrating in life as when your body refuses to cooperate with your mind." Obviously we at World Wrestling hope that Tommaso Ciampa can heal as soon as possible and return stronger than before to the WWE rings and we invite you to stay connected on our site in order not to miss any updates on Ciampa's progress and his possible return to the programming of the Stamford company alongside The Miz.

Tommaso Ciampa has commented on why he decided to join the main roster after vowing to spend his career in NXT. He mentioned his neck condition being a major factor. “So much,” Ciampa said. “I get asked this all the time.

Having a successful neck surgery, huge factor. Going into that and having the pain I had for as long as I had, I always felt like, your career’s ending soon. Now I don’t feel that way. Now I feel like, ‘Oh, you might have just finished the first half of your career.’ Because I’ve learned how to wrestle with it, and I’m not in pain."

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