‘Small Incident’ Led To Talent’s Absence From AEW

‘Small Incident’ Led To Talent’s Absence From AEW AEW

Having not appeared in AEW since April 2023 or ROH since December 2023, Charlette Renegade has shed some light on her absence.

Charlette and Robyn Renegade have made a number of appearances in ROH and have also been featured on AEW Dark and Rampage since 2021.

Robyn Renegade has continued to work on ROH and AEW programming, while Charlette Renegade hasn’t been seen since her last match which was recorded on December 23, 2023.

In the match, The Renegades teamed with Taya Valkyrie to defeat Kiera Hogan, Lady Frost & Trish Adora.

Speaking about her absence with Women’s Wrestling Talk, revealing that she could be back soon, Charlette said:

“At the start of the year, I had a small incident occur that put me out for six months.

“We’re quickly approaching that six months now, but what I’ve been doing during that six months is I learned how to cut hair. I’ve become a barber, as kinda like a side job while I’m out.

“I’m here and I’m supporting Robyn and trying to help her behind the scenes as much as I can, trying to be there for her as much as I can.

“But we’re quickly approaching the end of our six months, so hopefully you guys should start seeing me more back out there.”

Robyn Renegade warned others to “watch out” when Charlette makes her return.

Charlette would go on to say that she wants to “be back so bad” to team with Robyn once more.

Fightful Select reported recently that Charlette Renegade “has been battling concussion issues that have kept her out of action”, but Charlette herself called that “false”.

Fightful then updated to state “AEW sources claim that it stems from such.”

Transcript from Wrestlezone.

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3 weeks ago by Dave Adamson


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