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BIG update on AEW star who underwent surgery for HORRIFIC infection

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Recently, the wrestling community has been closely following the story of AEW star CJ Perry, who underwent surgery for a severe infection.

CJ Perry, known for her dynamic presence in the wrestling world, recently faced a daunting health challenge. She underwent surgery following the rapid worsening of an infection in her finger. This news has caused considerable concern among her fans and colleagues in the wrestling industry.

Miro’s Announcement on AEW star

Perry’s husband, Miro, took to Instagram Stories to share the news about Perry’s surgery and recovery. His update provided a sigh of relief to many, confirming that Perry was out of surgery and on the path to recovery.

The Importance of Health in Wrestling for AEW and WWE

Perry’s recent health scare underscores the importance of health and well-being in the physically demanding world of wrestling.

Wrestlers often push their bodies to the limit, and injuries or health issues like infections can have serious consequences.

It’s a reminder to the wrestling community and fans alike about the human aspect behind the entertainment.


  • Who is CJ Perry? CJ Perry is an American professional wrestling manager, model, actress, dancer, and singer, known for her work in AEW.
  • What happened to CJ Perry? Perry underwent surgery due to a severe infection in her finger.
  • How is CJ Perry doing after her surgery? According to her husband Miro’s update, Perry is out of surgery and recovering.
  • What other news is there in the wrestling world? The civil lawsuit against WWE Hall of Famer Tammy Sytch is moving forward, related to a fatal car accident in 2022.
  • When can fans expect CJ Perry back in the ring? While there’s no specific timeline, Perry’s recovery is ongoing, and fans are hopeful for her return to wrestling soon.
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