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That’s a good sign. Injuries are one of the worst things that can happen to a wrestler, as you never know how long someone is going to be out of action. There are certain kinds of injuries that are worse than others and they often have an open ended time frame for a return to the ring. That was the situation earlier this year for a prominent AEW name and now we have a small positive update.

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Back in June, AEW’s Adam Cole suffered a concussion during a four way match at Forbidden Door. Cole has not wrestled since and has only made one appearance on AEW television since the show. According to Dave Meltzer on Twitter, Cole is doing “much better”, but there is no word on when Cole could be back on AEW TV. Meltzer said that AEW is being cautious as you never know when someone is going to be able to recover from a concussion.

He's doing much better. The last I heard is they were being cautious. Don't have any time frame for a return. With concussions, you can't predict time frame. https://t.co/LNYhLLHXF6

— Dave Meltzer (@davemeltzerWON) December 21, 2022

Cole has one well in AEW. Check out some of his work there:

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Opinion: At the end of the day, you have to be very careful with any kind of a head injury, as getting back in the ring too soon can cause even more problems. Cole has not wrestled in about six months and there is nothing to indicate that he will be back soon. Just because he is doing better does not mean he is ready to wrestle again. Hopefully things get better, but you never know how this is going to go.

What do you think of the Cole’s time in AEW? What do you want him to do when he gets back? Let us know in the comments below.

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