AEW’s Matt Jackson cleared to return from torn biceps

Matt Jackson has been medically cleared to return following a partially torn biceps. 

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Jackson suffered the injury early into the three-way Trios championship match on the March 15 episode of AEW Dynamite. He then worked hurt throughout the remainder of the 21-minute match. 

Jackson would later reveal that he opted against having surgery to repair the injury and was hopeful to return in time for Double or Nothing on May 28. Surgery would have put him on the shelf for approximately seven months. 

Our own Dave Meltzer noted in the Wrestling Observer Newsletter that Jackson was cleared ahead of the May 10 edition of AEW Dynamite on Wednesday, weeks ahead of schedule. 

Meltzer wrote:

Matt Jackson’s recovery from a partially torn biceps has obviously gone quicker than expected with all the stuff he’s done on television. He was actually cleared this week, a few weeks ahead of schedule and was bumping and running the ropes in the ring before the 5/10 show and has done resistance training for a few weeks

The Young Bucks currently do not have a match scheduled for Double or Nothing. However, The Elite and Blackpool Combat Club rivalry has been a focal point of AEW programming as of late and could potentially be building to a match on the pay-per-view. 

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