AEW’s Matt Jackson Recovery Timeline Revealed

2 months ago by Sanchez Taylor

AEW’s Matt Jackson Recovery Timeline Revealed AEW

An injury update has emerged on Matt Jackson of the Young Bucks, revealing how long he’s expected to be out of action for.

Jackson suffered a torn bicep on the March 15 episode of Dynamite, during the Elite vs Jericho Appreciation Society vs House of Black three-way trios tag-team match.

He was written off TV the following week, with the March 22 episode opening with the Young Bucks in ambulances following a backstage attack.

Per Dave Meltzer on Wrestling Observer Radio, Matt has been given a 6-8 week timetable for a return.

Noting that there’s hope that he will be able to return in time for Double or Nothing, Meltzer said:

“He’s getting therapy, of course, for the injury, a partially torn biceps. Hopeful for Double or Nothing.

“The timetable he was given was 6-8 weeks, and that is enough time for Double or Nothing, but that’s not a guarantee, but it’s certainly a strong hope and obviously by watching the TV…it looks like The Young Bucks, Hangman Page, and Kenny Omega against The Blackpool Combat Club

“It looks like an eight-man tag team….could be happening at Double or Nothing. I don’t know that. It just feels like the setup.”

Double or Nothing will take place on May 28, just over eight weeks away.

Stay up to date with AEW injuries and expected return dates using our tracker right here.

We wish Matt Jackson a safe and healthy recovery.

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