It was previously reported that AEW Star and one-half of Best Friends Trent was out of in-ring action for three months earlier this year due to him suffering a partially torn pec, but would then make his in-ring return on the March 31st episode of Dynamite during the Arcade Anarchy Match. Trent then took to his Twitter and revealed he underwent successful neck fusion surgery by posting a couple of photos with the caption, “neck fusion surgery went well.”
An update was recently provided by AEW’s Dr. Michael Sampson that Trent’s spinal fusion was a success and that he is on the road to recovery. Dr. Sampson also posted an x-ray photo of Trent and said that the AEW Star will be providing an update on his health soon.
Trent took to his Instagram and posted a photo of his x-ray, with the caption, “good to go,” but word has not been provided yet on when exactly Trent will return to in-ring action, though updates will be provided once it has been made available.
Trent last competed for AEW on the April 21 episode of Dynamite, when he lost to Penta El Zero M in a Singles Match.
You can check out the posts below:
neck fusion surgery went well. pic.twitter.com/B2XRjB79ux— TRENT? (@trentylocks) June 26, 2021
Staying true to form @trentylocks cervical spinal fusion was a success and he’s on the road to recovery. Stay tuned for updates from Best Friend Trent. @AEW @AEWonTNT #aew #AEWDark #AEWDarkElevation #aewDOctor pic.twitter.com/MBGlO5SHHH— Michael J Sampson, DO FAOASM (@DocSampson13) July 14, 2021