WWE NXT Prospect To Undergo ACL Surgery

This NXT talent is set for a spell on the sidelines.

Amari Miller

NXT's Amari Miller is due to undergo ACL surgery next week.

Taking to Twitter over the weekend, the star revealed that she's torn her ACL and will soon be going under the knife. Remaining positive, the rookie noted how this "minor setback" will lead to a "major feedback".

Miller was last in action on the New Year's Evil episode of NXT last month. There, she came up short in the 20-woman Battle Royal that was won by Gigi Dolin and Jacy Jane in order to earn the then-Toxic Attraction duo a shot at Roxanne Perez's NXT Women's Title.


Prior to signing with WWE in 2021 and taking on the Amari Miller name, the 26-year-old competed on the independent scene as Camron Bra'Nae, with her having made her official in-ring debut back in 2017.

In terms of ACL surgery, it usually takes between six months and one year for someone to recover from a torn ACL.


From all of us here at WhatCulture Wrestling, best wishes to the real-life Camron Clay on her surgery and the subsequent recovery process that lies ahead for the star.

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