That could be worse. Injuries are one of the worst things that can happen to any wrestler as they can take anyone out of the ring for any amount of time. You never know when someone is going to be hurt and put on the shelf and unfortunately there is little that can be done about them. An AEW star is currently injured and now we know one of the most important details about the situation.

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Earlier this week, news broke that AEW’s Nick Jackson had suffered a partially torn bicep and would be missing time. However, Jackson was not undergoing surgery, which would have kept him out of action for about seven months. Instead, according to Wrestling Observer Radio, Jackson is facing a recovery time of about six weeks, which could have him back in action for Double Or Nothing on May 28.

Jackson is one half of the most successful team in AEW history. Check out how they have done in the company:

Opinion: That is certainly on the better side of things and now we get to see just how long Jackson will be out of action. It would be nice to have him back sooner rather than later, as he is in the middle of one of the bigger storylines in AEW. The faster he can get back the better of course, but what matters the most is getting him back at full health, which could take some time.

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