Major AEW Star To Be Out ‘For A While’ After Suffering Legitimate Injury

2 months ago by Liam Winnard

Major AEW Star To Be Out ‘For A While’ After Suffering Legitimate Injury AEW

AEW Executive Vice President Matt Jackson has reportedly suffered a legitimate injury and is expected to be out of action for a while.

According to Bryan Alvarez on Wrestling Observer Radio, Jackson suffered the injury – said to be a partially torn bicep – early on in the three-way trios match in Winnipeg on March 15 between the Elite, the Jericho Appreciation Society, and the House of Black.

A week later, so last week, AEW Dynamite began with the Young Bucks – Matt and Nick Jackson – being taken away in an ambulance after seemingly being attacked by the Blackpool Combat Club.

It seems like not only was this part of the ongoing storyline involving Kenny Omega and Adam Page, but there was actually a legitimate reason for the Bucks, Matt specifically, to be written off TV.

On Wrestling Observer Radio, Dave Meltzer added:

“What I heard is that he opted to not get surgery, so he’s hopeful of being back quicker. Surgery you’re probably looking at seven months.

“The deal that they did on last week’s show with the ambulance and everything, we all thought it was this brilliant show-long storyline, and it worked, but the reason they did it was to cover for Matt being gone for a while.”

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During last week’s show, Don Callis hinted at the Bucks being out of action for “a few months”.

We’ll keep you posted if there are any further updates.

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