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MAJOR AEW Star Suffers Injury: An Extended Hiatus Expected

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In a shocking revelation on AEW Rampage, it was announced that a key AEW star has been injured and could be out for some time.

The news was broken ahead of the much-anticipated parking lot battle between the Best Friends and the Blackpool Combat Club.

The injury has left fans and fellow wrestlers in a state of concern and disappointment.

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The Unfortunate News

Tony Schiavone and Paul Wight, standing in the parking lot of Daily’s Place, reported the unfortunate news.

They revealed that PAC, a member of the Death Triangle, has suffered an injury. The severity of the injury is such that no return date could be provided. It was noted that PAC would be out of action for “quite a while.”

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Impact on Upcoming AEW Matches

Despite the setback, the remaining members of the Death Triangle, the Lucha Bros, have decided to continue their journey.

They plan on facing the winners of the parking lot match between the Blackpool Combat Club and the Best Friends. This shows their determination and commitment to the sport, even in the face of adversity.

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AEW’s Official Announcement

The official announcement about PAC’s injury was made on AEW’s Twitter handle.

The tweet read, “PAC is injured and unable to compete. Nevertheless, the Lucha Bros will challenge the winners of the Parking Lot Fight THIS WEDNESDAY on AEW Dynamite LIVE at 8pm ET/ 7pm CT on TBS Network!”

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