Magnus Samuelsson: Surgery Went Very Well

Magnus Samuelsson, who came back from a blown out right arm only to tear up his left one at this year's World's Strongest Man contest, told IronMind that the surgery went well.

Samuelsson had his left arm operated on last week, and said that although his tendon had been 70 percent torn, he expects his total rehabilitation time to be about half of what it was for his right arm. 

Samuelsson, who won the 1998 World's Strongest Man contest, expects to return to strongman competition in April or May of next year.

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