Doctors have said Former WWE champion Big E will make a complete recovery from a broken neck.

Big E suffered during a March match despite a recent setback that will keep him out of the ring for at least a full year.

He wrote that the C1 vertebra he fractured is not ossifying, or forming bone.

Big E On March 11 fractured two cervical vertebrae, C1 and C6, during a sequence with fellow wrestler Ridge Holland.

Big E said doctors have told him that his kind of fall could have "led to stroke, paralysis or death."

During his recovery, Big E said he is using a bone stimulator machine, has gotten stem-cell treatment and is taking calcium supplements.

While his neck heals, Big E will be working with WWE later this month at a talent tryout for current and recently graduated college athletes.

Coming back from the injury, Big E said, has not been overly tough on him mentally.