Kofi Kingston Health Update, TNA Still Holding Destination X Event?

Bill Pritchard

Kofi KingstonKofi Kingston Surgery Update

WWE posted the following update, mentioning Kofi Kingston successfully underwent elbow surgery:

Today, WWE.com caught up with Dr. Chris Amann about the condition of Kofi Kingston after the Superstar underwent elbow surgery.

"Kofi underwent left elbow arthroscopy last week with Dr. Dugas in Birmingham, Alabama," said Amann.

“At that time, he was found to have two large bone chips about the size of a marble in his elbow joint. Those were removed. He’s in a sling. He’s starting physical therapy and doing very well.”

Stay with WWE.com for more on the former Intercontinental Champion’s recovery.

TNA Hosting Destination X

TNA is advertising several events for the post Slammiversary tapings this week in Duluth, Georgia including details on the beginning of the Bound For Glory Series and post-Slammiversary aftermath. In addition, they are saying Chris Sabin will get his chance at the World Heavyweight Championship, which Hulk Hogan mentioned at the pay-per-view last night.

The preview also says Sabin will get his title opportunity at the Destination X event, but no details have been released on when this would take place. TNA dropped their pay-per-views to four (Genesis, Lockdown, Slammiversary and Bound For Glory) per year, and several 'one night only' shows. Destination X may take place as a televised event, or added as a pay-per-view, but we will continue to update you as we learn more. 

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