WWE Hall of Famer Jim Ross says he’s been diagnosed with a fractured vertebrae after injuring himself last summer … but the wrestling legend will most likely not require surgery.
Ross got an MRI done on his back this week after putting it off for months and tweeted saying, “Results: I’ve been diagnosed with a fractured vertebrae.”
Sources tell us surgery is unlikely, but the announcer is waiting to see a specialist just in case.
Good Ol’ JR finished his tweet writing, “Worry not about the mules, just load the damn wagon!”
This injury occurred in September ‘17 and I finally got around to getting a MRI Tuesday.
Results: I’ve been diagnosed with a fractured vertebrae.
Worry not about the mules, just load the damn wagon! 🤠 pic.twitter.com/RdRStRmGTu
— Jim Ross (@JRsBBQ) April 13, 2018