Mark Andrews, the talented wrestler known for his work in promotions like RevPro, will be taking some time off from action due to an injury.

Andrews last competed at RevPro Live in London 80 on December 3, where he and Flash Morgan Webster emerged victorious against CPF (Danny Black & Maverick Mayhew). On December 5, Andrews took to social media to reveal that he had suffered calf injury that would sideline him for the remainder of 2023.

In a recent update on December 8, Andrews provided more details about his injury on X/Twitter, stating that it appears to be a grade 3 C tendon tear. He expects to be out of action for at least 12 weeks. However, Andrews maintained a positive outlook, joking that he would have ample time to indulge in mince pies over Christmas and then work off the holiday indulgences in the following two months.

‘To update everyone – it looks like I have a grade 3 C tendon tear, and will be out of action for at least 12 weeks.”


“On the bright side, now I will be eating all of the mince pies over Christmas, and have two whole months to work off those bad boys.”

We wish Mark Andrews a swift and successful recovery, and we will continue to provide updates as more information becomes available regarding his return to the wrestling scene.

How do you think this break might influence Mark Andrews’ career and future wrestling endeavors once he returns to action? Leave us a comment below.

Steve Carrier

Steve is the Founder of RingsideNews. He has been writing about professional wrestling since 1996. He first got into website development at the time and has been focusing on bringing his readers the best professional wrestling news at it's highest quality.

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