Ouch. There are all kinds of injuries in wrestling and you never know when you are going to see someone put on the shelf. These things can come out of nowhere and leave someone out of the ring, which can shake up a lot of plans. It doesn’t matter how big of a star someone is, and that is the case again as a popular AEW star has been injured and a plan has had to be changed as a result.

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AEW has announced that Britt Baker has suffered an undisclosed injury and is out of action for the time being. As a result, Baker will be missing her scheduled triple threat match, also involving Toni Storm and Ruby Soho, on this week’s Dynamite. As a result, Storm and Soho will have a singles match instead. There is no word on when Baker will be able to return to the ring.

Baker is a star. Check out what she can do when she is healthy:

Opinion: This is a shame as you never want to see someone go on the shelf. Baker is one of the more popular stars in AEW and the company is going to miss having her around for the time being. Hopefully she is back in the ring sooner than later, as putting her out there will make things that much better. At least the match can keep going in a slightly different way, but getting Baker back will help.

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