This week on 205 Live, Drew Gulak informed the WWE Universe that his fellow ‘Zo Train’ member Noam Dar was sidelined with a knee injury. Reports followed confirming it wasn’t just an angle, and WWE.com is reporting today (Dec. 15) that the 24 year old successfully underwent surgery for torn meniscus.
I got the ball ref https://t.co/LXe3QOVHcm pic.twitter.com/Yn0PgkpWJ2— SUPERNOVA (@NoamDar) December 15, 2017
Dar hurt his left knee during his Fatal 4Way #1 contender qualifying match on Nov. 27, and was operated on in Florida yesterday. He plans to spend his estimated five months of recovery working out at WWE’s Orlando Performance Center, which he thinks could shorten the timeframe for a comeback.
In the meantime, The Scottish Supernova’s getting support from his mates... but in a possible keeping of kayfabe, not The Train’s conductor:
“I talked to [Ariya] Daivari, Tony [Nese] and Drew ‘Gaba-Gulak’. Enzo [Amore], I haven’t spoken to yet. Gulak invited me to ’Star Wars [The Last Jedi],’ but I’m pretty immobile at the moment. Daivari is obviously upset that he’s lost his rooming buddy, so that would be stressful for anyone. So, he’s going to have a long five months of not having my hilarious companionship.”
Get well soon, player.