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MAJOR AEW star SUSPENDED and will not wrestle at All In

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In a surprising turn of events, the wrestling world was left in shock during the recent episode of AEW Collision aired on August 12th. The show began with a major announcement that has sent ripples across the AEW fan base.

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Ricky Starks Faces the Consequences on AEW Collision

Ricky Starks, a prominent figure in AEW, found himself in the eye of a storm. The reason? His audacious move from the previous week.

Starks had taken the bold step of attacking the wrestling legend, Ricky ‘The Dragon’ Steamboat, post his match against CM Punk.

This act did not go unnoticed, and the AEW management decided to take strict action against him.

Tony Schiavone, who was present in the ring, shared the news with the audience. Starks, as a result of his actions, would face a suspension from in-ring competition for a whole month.

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Starks’ Response to the Suspension

While the suspension news was a blow to many, Starks had a revelation of his own. He announced that he had secured a manager’s license.

This means that, despite his suspension from wrestling, fans will still get to see him every week on Collision. It’s a clever move on his part, ensuring he remains in the limelight even during his suspension period.

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Impact on Upcoming AEW Events

The timing of this suspension is crucial. Given its duration, Ricky Starks will miss out on two major events.

He won’t be showcasing his wrestling skills at AEW All In, scheduled for August 27th, and AEW All Out, set to take place on September 3rd, 2023.

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The Wrestling Community Reacts

The news of Starks’ suspension quickly gained traction on social media. A clip of the announcement was shared on AEW’s official Twitter handle, sparking a flurry of reactions from fans and fellow wrestlers alike.

The wrestling community is now keenly watching how this development will shape the future storylines and dynamics within AEW.

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