AEW has been making headlines since its inception, one way or the other. Matt Jackson suffered a bicep injury earlier this year and was expected to be out of action for a long time. That said, he is much better and now the exact time when he got medically cleared has been revealed.

Matt Jackson ended up suffering a bicep injury during The Elite’s triple threat trios match against the Jericho Appreciation Society, and House of Black a few months ago. As previously reported, Matt Jackson’s bicep injury was a legitimate one and was expected to keep him out of action for a while.

Last month, Matt Jackson felt he was doing better than expected. In addition to that, Matt Jackson doubled up on treatment so that he could recover from his injury faster than expected.

Matt Jackson was expected to recover in time for AEW Double or Nothing but has made a recovery far earlier than that. According to the Wrestling Observer Newsletter, Matt Jackson was cleared this week, recovering a few weeks ahead of schedule.


“Matt Jackson’s recovery from a partially torn biceps has obviously gone quicker than expected with all the stuff he’s done on television.

He was actually cleared this week, a few weeks ahead of schedule and was bumping and running the ropes in the ring before the 5/10 show and has done resistance training for a few weeks.”

The Young Bucks were featured on AEW Dynamite this week when Don Callis betrayed Kenny Omega. We will have to wait and see how AEW will continue to book The Elite in the coming weeks.

What’s your opinion on Matt Jackson? Are you glad that he is now cleared for in-ring competition? Let us know in the comments!

Tags: Young Bucks
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