AEW has a lot of plans in motion, and sometimes things can get mixed around. It’s very possible for the right hand not to know what the left hand is doing in a big company, and AEW is no exception. It seems they neglected to inform fans about a pretty important injury angle for one of their champions, and this caused a bit of confusion.

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During Wrestling Observer Radio, Dave Meltzer explained that AEW was supposed to do an injury angle with Jamie Hayter. The problem was that they didn’t have the commentary team tell fans what was going on, so nobody at home knew what was happening.

They did an arm injury for her, and it was supposed to be pushed. Somehow the wires got crossed, see that was the reason why Jamie Hayter was not saving Britt Baker, because Jamie was supposed to be — they were supposed to say that Jamie is gone, because when she was thrown into the steps, and she was injured, and she had been taken to a medical facility, but somehow that was never said, so we were wondering why Jamie didn’t make the save, and we were supposed to know that Jamie couldn’t make the save, because she wasn’t there anymore. So, she’s selling the arm injury now.


AEW has a lot going on during their television shows, and sometimes fans don’t get all the information they needed. Apparently, fans were supposed to know that Jamie Hayter was injured, but the company just didn’t tell them what was going on.

We’ll have to see what’s in the future for Jamie Hayter, and the rest of the AEW Women’s Roster. This is an interesting time for the company, with Double or Nothing coming up in one month. At this time, Jamie Hayter still doesn’t have a match booked for that pay-per-view event.

What’s your take on Jamie Hayter’s reign as AEW Women’s Champion? Are they making the most of her? Sound off in the comments!

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