AEW has a ton of talented professional wrestlers who are always ready to entertain fans. However, it is simply not possible for every single wrestler to get TV time, which is why it’s no surprise one particular AEW star has been absent for a long time.

AEW star Nick Comoroto was largely known for his time as part of The Factory alongside QT Marshall, Aaron Solo, Anthony Ogogo, Cole Karter, and Lee Johnson. The faction would eventually disband last year as well.

Nick Comoroto hasn’t been seen on AEW television for quite a while now. According to Sean Ross Sapp behind Fightful’s paywall, it was reported that Comoroto was backstage at the Norfolk AEW Collision show last month. When inquiring about his recent absence from the show, it was noted that the 32-year-old hasn’t wrestled for AEW since the end of October.

However, he did compete for an indie company in New Jersey at the end of January. There is no reported injury, and the reason for his absence is attributed to not being utilized by AEW.

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Fightful Select has learned that Nick Comoroto was backstage at the Norfolk show last month, when asking about his whereabouts on the show of late. The 32-year old hasn’t wrestled since the end of October for AEW, but wrestled in New Jersey for an indie company at the end of January.. Comoroto was formerly involved in The Factory stable with QT Marshall, but that was dissolved well before Marshall’s original departure. We’re told Comoroto hasn’t been injured, and simply hasn’t been used.

With AEW’s roster being so expansive, it is no surprise someone like Nick Comoroto simply isn’t being used at all. Regardless, only time will tell if AEW will find a use for him somewhere down the line.

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Subhojeet Mukherjee

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