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MAJOR AEW star potentially OUT of All In event due to injury

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In the world of All Elite Wrestling (AEW), the status of a major star is currently under a cloud of uncertainty ahead of All In at Wembley Stadium.

Jamie Hayter, the former AEW Women’s World Champion, is potentially out of the much-anticipated All In event scheduled for August 27th.

The event, set to take place in Hayter’s home country, England, is now shrouded in suspense as fans eagerly await updates on her participation.

Hayter’s reign as the AEW Women’s World Champion was a remarkable one, lasting 190 days. However, she lost her title to Toni Storm in a brief yet intense match at Double or Nothing 2023 in May. The sudden loss of her title was reportedly due to Hayter grappling with undisclosed injury issues.

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AEW: Injury Concerns and Speculations

The specifics of Hayter’s injury have remained a mystery, leading to a flurry of speculations among fans and experts alike.

The lack of concrete information about her health status has raised questions about her ability to return for an appearance at the iconic Wembley Stadium.

The Wrestling Observer Newsletter recently provided an update on Hayter’s health. Dave Meltzer stated that there’s been talk of Hayter potentially missing the All In event at Wembley. However, the goal, if possible, is for her to make a comeback:

“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” Meltzer stated.

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Hayter’s Absence from All Elite

Adding to the uncertainty, Hayter has been conspicuously absent from AEW since the Double or Nothing PPV on May 28th.

Her absence from backstage activities has only fueled the speculations about her health and potential return.

Despite the uncertainty, fans and fellow wrestlers continue to wish Hayter a speedy recovery. As of now, no matches have been announced for the All In event.

However, the wrestling world is abuzz with rumours of a major NJPW name potentially squaring off against a veteran AEW star.

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