Chris Sabin Tears ACL – Out 8 to 12 Months
Former Impact Wrestling/TNA world champion Chris Sabin suffered torn ACL injury in his right knee at the ROH TV taping in Atlanta, Georgia. Earlier today, Chris Sabin released an update on his injury on his Twitter account.
According to Sabin, he suffered a complete ACL tear. As a result, he will be out of action for 8-12 months. As previously noted, his current ROH deal is set to expire soon, so it’s unknown what that could mean for his future in-ring prospects. You can check out Sabin’s tweet that he shared below.
Sabin has wrestled all over the world for TNA/Impact Wrestling, NJPW, and Ring of Honor. In TNA, he has held the tag team, X-Division, and world titles. He and his former tag team partner Alex Shelley held tag titles in multiple promotions.
Complete ACL tear. 8 – 12 months.
— Constellation Chris Sabin (@SuperChrisSabin) January 23, 2019