More details have emerged on AEW’s wellness policy and resources they provide for their athletes regarding mental health.
Per Dave Meltzer in the latest edition of the Wrestling Observer Newsletter, AEW has a talent playbook that is distributed to all talent. The document contains information on a number of policies, including the drug policy and drug protocol. It was noted that AEW has done training with staff on maintaining physical and mental health.
“AEW has a talent playbook distributed to everyone which includes information on the company’s drug policy, concussion protocol, hydration and other items. They also have a metal health resource available to staff and have done training on concussions, hydration and maintaining mental and physical health”
Following Jeff Hardy’s DUI arrest, AEW announced that he had been suspended without pay, and would only be allowed to return upon completing treatment and maintaining sobriety.
Hardy filed a written plea of ‘not guilty’ for his DUI charge on June 28. Read more at this link.
A number of top AEW stars are currently out of action due to injuries, including Adam Cole, who it is believed has suffered a very serious concussion.
Stay up to date with injured AEW stars’ expected return dates using our AEW injury tracker.
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