AEW All In London is set to be a huge event in Wembley Stadium. Tony Khan’s company is approaching a massive record in ticket sales as well. Sadly, one Very Nice, Very Evil star won’t be there.
As the highly anticipated All In London event at Wembley Stadium approaches, AEW star Danhausen has provided an update on his status. With a massive crowd of over 80,000 fans expected to attend the event on August 27, numerous wrestlers are eager to secure a spot on the card.
Regrettably, one wrestler who won’t be competing at Wembley Stadium is Danhausen. He has officially confirmed that he is currently dealing with an injury and does not have any plans to participate in the event.
Danhausen took to Twitter to share this unfortunate news with his fans. He then encouraged everyone to enjoy the stars that will be on the show.
Hello I am injured. I will not be at wembley. Go enjoy the wrestlers who are not injured that are at the show that have worked very hard to help make this happen. I am not at wembley. I am not at wembley. I am not at wembley. I am injured. Thank you all for asking. I am injured.
Danhausen’s last appearance for AEW was at the Revolution pay-per-view on March 5th, where he teamed up with Orange Cassidy in a four-way tag team match for The Gunns’ AEW Tag Team Championship. Following that match, Danhausen revealed that he had sustained a torn pectoral muscle.
While the exact timeframe for Danhausen’s return to the ring remains uncertain, it’s worth noting that a similar injury kept Cody Rhodes out of action for seven months, from June 2022 to January 2023.
We will keep our eyes peeled for Danhausen’s return to AEW. It will certainly be a triumphant time for all fans, as Danhausen makes his comeback, possibly via a blimp. Leave your very nice and very evil comments in the space below!