Zack Ryder Posts Graphic Photo Of Knee After Surgery

Written by Natalie Bogdanski
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Matthew Brett Cardona (better known as Zack Ryder) is recovering from a gruesome knee injury stemming from his last appearance on 'SmackDown Live'. Expected to be out for 4-9 months, Ryder posted a disturbing and graphic picture on Twitter of his knee post-surgery.

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Ryder revealed to his fans on Twitter that he was told he would be out of the ring for 4-6 months. He also wrote that he was told it could be as long as 9 months, and that only time would tell. This comes as a blow to Ryder, who will miss the 'Royal Rumble', 'Elimination Chamber' and 'Fastlane' in the upcoming months. On top of all this, Ryder is also likely to miss 'WrestleMania 33' in April of this year.

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Ryder sustained the injury during a Tag Team Championship match with his teammate Mojo Rawley. The duo (aka the Hype Bros) earned a chance to fight for the SmackDown Tag Team Title, but didn't earn it easily.

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Ryder hurt his knee during the finisher. It was evident that he was in a tremendous amount of pain when the fight finished, as he needed help leaving the ring and could not join his teammate for the celebration.

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Ryder sustained the injury during a Tag Team Championship match with his teammate Mojo Rawley. The duo (aka the Hype Bros) earned a chance to fight for the SmackDown Tag Team Title, but didn't earn it easily.

Ryder hurt his knee during the finisher. It was evident that he was in a tremendous amount of pain when the fight finished, as he needed help leaving the ring and could not join his teammate for the celebration.

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