After sustaining a wrist injury during his match against Konosuke Takeshita on the June 16 edition of “AEW Rampage,” Bandido promptly visited a doctor to determine the extent of the damage. During his initial consultation, Bandido was informed that he had suffered a triangular fibrocartilage complex injury that would necessitate surgical intervention. However, seeking further medical advice, Bandido sought a second opinion. Although the outcome of this second and final consultation has yet to be disclosed, the Wrestling Observer Newsletter has reported that Bandido will be unable to compete for a minimum of three months, regardless of whether he undergoes surgery or not. Consequently, Bandido will likely be absent from AEW’s highly anticipated All In event, scheduled to take place at Wembley Stadium on August 27.
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Earlier today, it was revealed that All In has garnered the highest attendance figures and gate revenue for any professional wrestling event since WWE WrestleMania 32, held at AT&T Stadium in Dallas, Texas. With an impressive 66,500 tickets already sold, All In has amassed a staggering revenue of approximately $8.35 million. The involvement of Bandido in the pay-per-view remains uncertain, as his participation was not explicitly outlined in the early plans.
The 28-year-old luchador officially joined AEW in November of the previous year, following his debut match against then ROH World Champion Chris Jericho. Subsequently, Bandido was presented with several title opportunities, including contests for the International and Trios Championships, further solidifying his position within the company.
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