Matt Jackson Injury Timeframe UPDATE

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Recent reports indicate that AEW wrestler Matt Jackson is currently sidelined due to a partially torn bicep. The injury reportedly occurred during a three-way AEW Trios Championship match on Dynamite last month. As a result of the injury, AEW has incorporated an angle where The Young Bucks were stretchered into an ambulance after an attack by the Blackpool Combat Club.

According to Dave Meltzer on the latest episode of Wrestling Observer Radio, the goal is for Jackson to recover in time for AEW’s Double or Nothing pay-per-view event on May 28th


“He’s getting therapy, of course, for the injury, a partially torn biceps,” said Meltzer. “The timetable he was given was 6-8 weeks, and that is enough time for Double or Nothing, but that’s not a guarantee, but it’s certainly a strong hope and obviously by watching the TV…it looks like The Young Bucks, Hangman Page, and Kenny Omega against The Blackpool Combat Club…looks like an eight-man tag team…could be happening at Double or Nothing. I don’t know that. It just feels like the setup.”


Brothers Matt Jackson and Nick Jackson. They are known for their high-flying, acrobatic wrestling style and their innovative use of social media to promote themselves and their matches.

The brothers began their wrestling careers in the early 2000s on the independent circuit, working for promotions such as Pro Wrestling Guerrilla (PWG) and Ring of Honor (ROH). They gained a reputation for their entertaining matches and their ability to connect with fans through their online presence.

In 2013, The Young Bucks signed with New Japan Pro-Wrestling (NJPW), where they became members of the popular Bullet Club stable. They had a successful run in NJPW, winning multiple tag team championships and becoming known for their matches against teams like The Addiction (Christopher Daniels and Frankie Kazarian), The Briscoe Brothers (Jay and Mark Briscoe), and RPG Vice (Rocky Romero and Beretta).

In 2019, The Young Bucks and fellow wrestlers Cody Rhodes and Kenny Omega co-founded All Elite Wrestling (AEW), a new wrestling promotion that aimed to provide an alternative to WWE. The Young Bucks have been a major part of AEW since its inception, winning the AEW World Tag Team Championship multiple times and putting on memorable matches against teams like FTR (Cash Wheeler and Dax Harwood) and The Lucha Bros (Pentagon Jr. and Rey Fenix).

Outside of wrestling, The Young Bucks have also worked on various media projects, including a comic book series called Young Bucks: Killing the Business and a docuseries on YouTube called Being The Elite, which chronicles their travels and adventures on the independent wrestling scene.


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