He’s getting better. Injuries are one of the worst things that can happen to any wrestler and unfortunately they can take place at any time. You never know when someone is going to be put on the shelf out of nowhere and that can take a long time to change. It can be a big deal when someone is able to return to the ring and now we have some good news regarding such a situation.

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Back in June, AEW’s Bandido suffered a broken arm during a match on Rampage and has been out of action ever since. According to the Wrestling Observer Newsletter, Bandido is expected back “in the next few weeks”. It is not clear if Bandido will return to AEW or another promotion first. AEW has not made any announcement about his future return to the ring.

Bandido has done well in AEW. Check out some of his time there:

Opinion: That is good to hear as you never want to see someone put on the shelf for any amount of time. Bandido is coming up on five months away from the ring and that is far more than enough for anyone to be out of action. It will be nice to see him back in the ring because he is more than talented enough to make an impact as soon as he is able to again, whenever that may be.

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