Sami Zayn has given some good news to his fans that are concerned about his recovery while on the sidelines.

If you recall, back in June, it was reported that Zayn had been working through an injury and would be taking time off from the road with the WWE to address it. It was later revealed that in June that Zayn underwent shoulder surgery earlier this week to fix a torn rotator cuff be and would out of action through the end of 2018. The original belief was that he should be back in time for WrestleMania 35 next year.

However, earlier this month, he underwent his second bi-lateral rotator cuff surgery. “The Underdog From The Underground” posted this update on his official Twitter account about the second shoulder surgery, “Shoulder surgery #2 of 2 in the books and I’m feeling shockingly great. No pain pills, no problem.”

Shoulder surgery #2 of 2 in the books and I'm feeling shockingly great.
No pain pills, no problem.

— Sami Zayn (@SamiZayn) August 9, 2018

Zayn was last seen when he suffered a loss to Bobby Lashley at the WWE Money in the Bank pay-per-view event in Chicago, Illinois at the Allstate Arena on the WWE Network. MITB was the last date with the company for Zayn before he took time off. We wish him a speedy recovery from this latest setback.