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Bobby Fish returns to NXT after 5 months

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Five months since sustaining a tricep injury and taking a hiatus away from the ring, veteran WWE superstar Bobby Fish has finally made his comeback to NXT on Tuesday episode.

Bobby Fish came to save his former tag team partner Kyle O’Reilly

During tonight’s show on the USA Network, Kyle O’Reilly had defeated Oney Lorcan in a singles action match, but the bout followed up with a double team beatdown as Pete Dunne joined Lorcan to overpower O’Reilly.

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 Kyle O'Reilly defeated Oney Lorcan (WWE)
Kyle O’Reilly thrashed Oney Lorcan in a singles action match, only to be overpowered by Pete Dunne teaming up with Lorcan afterwards.

With a cheer of crowd backing his return to the squared circle, Bobby Fish came to save O’Reilly from the duo of Dunne and Lorcan, as the former Undisputed Era and reDRagon tag team partners exchanged praises and acknowledgements afterwards.

Bobby Fish
Bobby Fish came to save the day, defeating both Pete Dunne as well as Oney Lorcan to rescue his former tag team partner.

After the exchange of appreciations, Fish commented that O’Reilly was doing his own thing since the former’s absence from the squared circle, but mentioned, “I’ve got my own scores to settle. I’ll see you when I see you.”

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Back in early December last year, Fish had injured his triceps during the “Takeover: WarGames 2020” main event, and according to an official statement from WWE, the 44-year-old was rushed to a hospital after the event.

It was later diagnosed that Fish had torn his triceps and underwent a surgery for the reattachment. However, his recovery period was deemed indefinite with no official date of a return announced.

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Saikat Banerjee
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