That could be worse. A wrestler getting injured can raise a lot of questions at the exact same time. One of the most important is how long they are going to be out of action, which is something that can be found out pretty shortly thereafter. Every injury has a timetable for recovery but occasionally someone is back in the ring faster than expected. Thankfully that is the case again.
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In late March, news broke that AEW star Matt Jackson had suffered a partially torn bicep that would put him out of action for several weeks. However, according to the Wrestling Observer Newsletter, Jackson has since been cleared to return to the ring, which comes “a few weeks ahead of schedule”. Jackson appeared on this week’s edition of Dynamite, where he helped fight off the Blackpool Combat Club.
The Young Bucks are a great team when both Jacksons are around. Check out the team in action:
Opinion: That is great to hear as you never want someone to be out of action any longer than they need to be. Jackson getting to return to the ring so much sooner is a very nice change and hopefully he is able to go as well as he did before the injury. The Young Bucks are in a big spot at the moment and having both of them healthy is going to benefit everyone in the short and long term.
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