Injured AEW Star’s Return To Action Delayed

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An injured AEW star’s return has been pushed back.

Miro hasn’t wrestled since defeating Andrade El Idolo at Worlds End. The match was Andrade’s last with the company before his return to WWE.

Prior to that, the star had only wrestled six times in 2023 after missing much of the year initially through injury.

Back in April, Miro revealed he’s been struggling with shoulder and elbow injuries sustained towards the end of 2023, however, he said he was rehabbing and working on a return. Despite that more upbeat update, it seems the star will have to wait a little while longer for his comeback.

A new report from Fightful Select has claimed Miro is currently “behind schedule” with his recovery, and plans for a spring return have been pushed back. The report also noted that as shown on social media, Tay Melo is training to get back in the ring. The star hasn’t wrestled since March 2023, giving birth to her daughter Luna in November.

AEW’s Eddie Kingston Won’t Be Back Until 2025

In something of a rough week for injury news in AEW, Eddie Kingston has confirmed he won’t wrestle again in 2024. In a recent interview the Mad King revealed that as well as breaking his leg at NJPW Resurgence, he suffered a torn ACL and meniscus which will require surgery.

Meanwhile, Bryan Danielson has stated he’s been told by doctors he will also need surgery “soon.” The American Dragon is banged up after his match with Will Ospreay but he remains determined to end his full-time career on his own terms.