Olympic Gold Medalist and WWE superstar Gable Steveson is now training on a full-time basis at the WWE Performance Center in Orlando, Florida following Steveson undergoing an ablation to treat Wolff-Parkinson-White Syndrome, according to a report from ESPN.

The report notes that Steveson discovered the health issue last year, prior to him traveling to Tokyo for the Olympic Games, but did not undergo the procedure until WWE’s medical staff advised him through the process, with the advisement including recommending top cardiologists to treat his condition.

For those wondering, Wolff-Parkinson-White Syndrome is a rare congenital heart defect where an extra electrical pathway causes a rapid heartbeat, while an ablation is a procedure that uses small burns or freezes to cause scarring on the inside of the heart to help break up the electrical signals, and maintain a normal heart rhythm.

Speaking about training at the WWE Performance Center, where it was noted that Steveson’s training was being led by Fit Finlay, Steveson had the following to say, “Right now, I’m just hammering out wrestling with the other WWE Superstars and being able to diversify myself in there with my amateur wrestling and mixing in the pro wrestling too is going to be a big thing for me. I think right now, a big thing for me is taking in everything and being like a sponge and soaking everything in and just listening, keeping my ears open, keep my eyes open, and at the end of the day, if you do that, you can only go forward.”

WWE’s Chief Content Officer, Paul “Triple H” Levesque also commented on Steveson training at the WWE Performance Center on a full-time basis stating, “We’re glad to see that Gable is healthy and training full-time at our Performance Center in Orlando. WWE takes pride in our best-in-class medical team, which guided Gable through this process to ensure that he has a long, healthy career with WWE.”