Medical Update On Jamie Hayter Ahead Of AEW All In

Jamie Hayter

A new report reveals whether or not fans can expect to see Jamie Hayter compete in her home country at AEW All In.

Back in May, Jamie Hayter was pulled from a match on Dynamite after it was advertised that she would be teaming with Britt Baker and Hikaru Shida to take on The Outcasts. While Tony Khan’s announcement blamed the star’s injury on a storyline attack from The Outcasts, it was later reported that Hayter was “banged up.”

Hayter hasn’t wrestled since losing her AEW Women’s Championship to Toni Storm at Double or Nothing, and fans are beginning to wonder if she’ll be cleared in time to compete in her home country when AEW makes its UK debut inside Wembley Stadium at All In on August 27th.

Will Jamie Hayter Compete At AEW All In?

Writing in the latest edition of the Wrestling Observer Newsletter, Dave Meltzer reported that there was talk in the company that Hayter may not be cleared in time for All In, writing:

“We don’t have much on Jamie Hayter but there has been at least talk she won’t make it back for Wembley, which obviously would be the goal if possible.”

An update from Fightful Select sheds more light on the situation, noting that Hayter isn’t expected to be back any time soon. Barring a medical miracle, Fightful reports that Hayter will not be cleared in time to compete at Wembley Stadium. While the company had tentative plans for her at the blockbuster event, her injury is reportedly worse than anticipated. In fact, according to the report, she’s not expected to return to in-ring action by the end of 2023.

There is currently no timetable for Hayter’s return.

Tony Khan recently cited Hayter’s injury as one of the main reasons a women’s Blood and Guts match was not feasible this year.