Matt Jackson went down with a torn bicep injury, but he didn’t let it keep him out for long. The Jackson Brother returned to AEW Dynamite after taking an incredibly short break, and now he’s back to business, and doing far more than some people thought he would do.
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The Wrestling Observer Newsletter wrote a short bit about Matt Jackson’s injury. It was stated that Jackson is going through platelet-rich plasma therapy and stem cell treatments to recover faster.
Matt Jackson did far more than anyone expected including a series of Northern lights suplexes on the floor in the brawl on Dynamite this week. He was doing both PRP and stem cell treatments on the arm and the doctors said how great it was looking so quickly after the injury. Platelet-rich plasma (PRP) therapy uses injections of a concentration of a patient’s own platelets to accelerate the healing of injured tendons, ligaments, muscles and joints
Matt Jackson certainly surprised fans with the amount of things he did on AEW Dynamite this week. After all, WWE doesn’t even let talent travel with the company most of the time if they are injured. Only time will tell before he is able to get back to action full-time.
Although Matt Jackson said that he feels good enough to perform, it’s also always important to wait. AEW’s doctors need to clear him first, but apparently, his torn bicep situation is fine enough to get some work done in the ring.
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