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AEW All In: FAN FAVOURITE star will NOT be at Wembley event

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The wrestling world is buzzing with anticipation for the upcoming AEW All In London event, set to be a monumental occasion at the iconic Wembley Stadium.

With record-breaking ticket sales and a massive crowd of over 80,000 fans expected, the event promises to be a spectacle. However, a recent update has left many fans disappointed.

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Danhausen’s Unexpected Absence from AEW All In

AEW’s “Very Nice, Very Evil” star, Danhausen, has officially confirmed that he will not be gracing Wembley Stadium with his presence.

The reason? An unfortunate injury that has sidelined him from the event. Wrestling enthusiasts were eagerly awaiting his appearance, especially after his notable performances in recent AEW events.

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The Injury Update

Taking to his Twitter account, Danhausen shared the disheartening news with his vast fanbase. He expressed his regret and urged fans to support and enjoy the performances of other wrestlers who will be showcasing their talents at the event.

The tweet read, “Hello I am injured. I will not be at Wembley. Go enjoy the wrestlers who are not injured that are at the show that have worked very hard to help make this happen. I am not at Wembley. I am injured. Thank you all for asking.”

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A Look Back at Danhausen’s Last Appearance

Danhausen’s last stint in the AEW ring was during the Revolution pay-per-view on March 5th. He teamed up with Orange Cassidy in a thrilling four-way tag team match, vying for The Gunns’ AEW Tag Team Championship.

Post-match, he disclosed that he had suffered a torn pectoral muscle, which has now led to his absence from the upcoming event.

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Comparing Injuries: A Timeline

Drawing parallels from past injuries, Cody Rhodes, another prominent figure in AEW, had a similar injury that kept him out of action for a significant seven months, spanning from June 2022 to January 2023 in WWE.

This comparison gives fans a rough idea of the potential recovery time Danhausen might need before making his much-anticipated return.

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The Road Ahead for Danhausen

While the exact date of Danhausen’s return remains shrouded in mystery, fans are eagerly awaiting his comeback.

Speculations are rife, with some even suggesting a grand re-entry, possibly via a blimp. As the wrestling community sends their well wishes and hopes for a speedy recovery, they are also gearing up for the AEW All In London event, even if it means missing out on their favourite “Very Nice, Very Evil” star.

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