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Update on Why Sonny Kiss Has Been Missing From AEW Dynamite

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AEW commentator Tony Schiavone held his usual post-game YouTube show following last night’s episode of AEW Dynamite. During the show, Tony would discuss the status of Sonny Kiss, who has been missing from the programme for quite some time.

“He’s been injured,” stated Schiavone during the show. “I’ve seen him in the training room. So he’s been banged up. I’ve seen him in the gym but he’s just not able to perform. He is a tremendous athlete.”

Sonny Kiss Last on Dynamite

Sonny Kiss would last appear on AEW programming back in December. Kiss would lose against Miro on the December 22nd episode of AEW Dark. The last Dynamite match for Sonny Kiss came on October 21st, where he faced now AEW Champion Kenny Omega in a losing effort.

Check out the full AEW Dynamite Post-Show w/Tony Schiavone below:

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