AEW has a few injuries on their roster, and sadly, we have another one to report. During AEW Rampage this week, just before the parking lot brawl kicked off, they announced that Pac is out of action with an injury.

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PAC is currently sidelined with an undisclosed injury. During Friday’s AEW Rampage, Tony Schiavone revealed that PAC’s injury would keep him out of action for an extended period. His last match was on the July 26th edition of AEW Dynamite, where he beat the AEW newcomer Gravity.

Since his return from a previous injury last month, PAC has only wrestled three times. He participated in a Blood & Guts match but suffered a loss alongside the Blackpool Combat Club and Konosuke Takeshita against The Golden Elite. Following a confrontation with Claudio Castagnoli during the match, PAC walked out and later faced Castagnoli at Death Before Dishonor.


Claudio Castagnoli went on to beat Pac, retaining the ROH World title in the process. With PAC’s injury, fans will have to wait for his return to the ring, but his remarkable wrestling abilities will always make him one of the most talented members on the AEW roster.

The nature of Pac’s injury, or when he suffered said injury was not disclosed. Hopefully, this is the kind of thing that a couple of weeks off will fix.

We will have to see how long Pac is out of action this time around. Hopefully, he will be able to heal up quickly and get back to action. If anything, Tony Khan’s company can certainly find a spot for him somewhere.

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