Ouch. Injuries are some of the worst things that can happen to a wrestler as you never know how long they are going to keep someone out. In addition, there is always the chance that someone is going to come back and then get hurt all over again. Unfortunately that seems to be the case again, as a recently returned AEW wrestler is now going to be missing even more time.
It was revealed during this week’s edition of AEW Rampage that Anthony Bowens has been attacked and suffered a knee injury. Bowens has sent out a tweet showing himself in the hospital and revealing that he will be undergoing a procedure on his knee to repair an injury. This comes after Bowens returned from a two month hiatus earlier this week due to a knee injury. It is not clear how long he will be out of action.
Without getting into too much detail..bc of the attack after Elevation on Monday, I had to undergo a procedure this week to fix my knee. Story of my life..1 step forward, 2 steps back. #AEWRampage pic.twitter.com/QtSga0eFeC
— Anthony Bowens (@Bowens_Official) May 20, 2022
Opinion: That is never good to hear and hopefully he is back on his feet sooner than later. Bowens is someone who stands out a lot of the time and it would be nice to see him getting back in the ring more often. I know Max Caster is going to get the attention, but Bowens stands out more between the bells and that is someone worth having around as much as possible.
What do you think of Bowens? What should he do when he gets back? Let us know in the comments below.
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