AEW had some plans for this week’s Dynamite that needed to be changed around. Britt Baker was slated to compete, but she was pulled from that match. It turns out that her injury isn’t too serious, but they made the decision to keep her out of the ring anyway.

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Britt Baker was pulled from a triple threat match this week. Ruby Soho and Toni Storm wrestled each other in singles competition instead. Now, we have a little bit more information about Baker’s situation.

During Wrestling Observer Radio, Dave Meltzer spoke briefly about Britt Baker’s situation. He said that the former AEW Women’s Champion could have probably wrestled this week, but it wouldn’t have been a great idea.


Britt Baker had an injury and as it was described to me, she’s not hurt badly, and she possibly could have wrestled, but it would have been a bad idea for her to wrestle.

It was further noted that, “she’s not expected to be out of action for any length of time, I was told.” Hopefully, Britt Baker’s situation will clear up soon so AEW can get her back in the ring.

Britt Baker has wrestled with a broken wrist and other injuries in the past. It was not noted what Britt Baker’s issue is, but it kept her out of the ring this week. It did not, however, keep Baker from making the trip to Lexington, Kentucky for this week’s episode of AEW Dynamite, because she still appeared during the show.

We will have to see what’s next for Britt Baker, but she is certainly going to keep showing up for AEW as long as she is physically able to.

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