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AEW star suffers LEGIT injury and written off TV

In a recent turn of events, Juice Robinson, a prominent superstar in All Elite Wrestling (AEW), has suffered a legitimate back injury, necessitating his absence from television for the foreseeable future.

This development comes as a significant blow to AEW, where Juice Robinson has been a notable presence.

The Incident Leading to Juice Robinson’s AEW Injury

The injury storyline unfolded on the AEW Full Gear 2023 go-home episode of Rampage, where Bullet Club Gold was attacked by MJF.

During this segment, the camera cut backstage to reveal Juice Robinson laid out, ostensibly after MJF had broken a flat-screen TV over his head.

However, it has been reported by Fightul Select that Juice Robinson’s injury is not a part of the storyline but a real-life occurrence.

Nature and Impact of Juice Robinson’s Injury

Juice Robinson’s back injury, which occurred at an unspecified time, is severe enough to require surgery.

The exact circumstances and timing of the injury remain unclear, but it is known that Juice Robinson last competed on the November 1st episode of AEW Dynamite.

The injury is significant enough to sideline him for the remainder of the year, though he is not expected to be out for an extended period beyond that.

The Impact on AEW Storylines

Juice Robinson’s injury and subsequent absence from AEW programming will necessitate adjustments to ongoing and planned storylines.

His role in the Bullet Club Gold and any potential feuds or matches will have to be reevaluated and restructured in light of his injury.

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