AEW star Andrade El Idolo has been missing from TV since October and recently revealed that he underwent surgery on a torn pectoral muscle.
William Regal’s run in AEW may well have come to an abrupt end after seemingly being written off television following an attack by MJF on this week’s Dynamite.
There isn’t a lot that Mick Foley didn’t achieve throughout his storied wrestling career and the Hardcore Legend had more than earned his place in the WWE Hall Of Fame when he was inducted back in 2013.
AEW Full Gear 2022 saw the return of The Elite for the first time since All Out and a new World Champion was crowned in the main event via a shocking betrayal.
Almost three months on from CM Punk’s explosive post-All Out comments which led to a brawl involving AEW EVP’s, there is no sign of a resolution to the fallout in sight.
Andrade El Idolo recently took to social media to reveal that he’d undergone surgery for a torn pectoral muscle.
The scene at the media scrum following AEW All Out is now the stuff of legend, with CM Punk launching into a verbal tirade as Tony Khan sat next to him.
After he turned down the opportunity to participate in Ric Flair’s Last Match, fans were surprised to learn that Ricky ‘The Dragon’ Steamboat would be making an in-ring return at the age of 69.
On the November 30th episode of AEW Dynamite, FTR’s Dax Harwood went one on one with Blackpool Combat Club’s Bryan Danielson in an AEW World Championship Eliminator Tournament match.
William Regal has had one of the most newsworthy years of his entire career and has been making headlines recently with uncertainty surrounding his immediate future with AEW.
The latter half of 2022 has been difficult for AEW president Tony Khan, with his company garnering as many headlines for backstage issues amongst talents as it has for its on-screen product.
With every passing day it appears that William Regal gets closer to the AEW exit.
For weeks there has been an ever-increasing amount of speculation surrounding William Regal and a potential move back to WWE, despite being released from the company less than a year ago.
Booker T has called out The Elite for their conduct on a recent episode of AEW Dynamite, commenting that “two wrong’s don’t make a right.”
While there are numerous wrestling ‘Hall of Fames’ the most well known belong to WWE.