AEW has a few injuries on their roster right now. Jamie Hayter was AEW Women’s World Champion when she was injured. Her final match was short, but at least she was able to drop her title. Now, fans are waiting for her to come back, but they will have to be patient.

At AEW Double Or Nothing, Toni Storm beat Jamie Hayter to become the AEW Women’s World Champion. Prior to the event, there were concerns about Hayter’s well-being.

Reports indicated that Jamie Hayter was nursing an injury, which led to her participation in a brief match during the pay-per-view. Despite her condition, she showed tremendous determination and worked as much of the match as she could during Double or Nothing. Since then, she hasn’t competed, but her commitment to giving her best during the event was evident.

The Wrestling Observer Newsletter noted that Jamie Hayter’s injury is not expected to pass this year. At this point, she isn’t expected back until February 2024.


The current estimated return time for Jamie Hayter is February, due to various injuries, although that’s at best a rough estimate.

We previously reported that Tony Khan said, “I’m still not sure when Jamie Hayter will be cleared. She doesn’t know and we don’t know, but hopefully sooner rather than later. Bryan, I’m very confident you’ll see in a matter of months.”

It was reported that Bryan Danielson will be back sooner than that. He still has a couple of months left to wait, but at least he will be back this year.

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