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AEW’s Ortiz Successfully Undergoes Surgery for Torn Pectoral Muscle

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AEW wrestler Ortiz has successfully undergone surgery to repair a torn pectoral muscle on April 2, marking a significant step in his road to recovery.

Key Points

  • Ortiz revealed his injury through Isiah Kassidy’s vlog, explaining his absence from AEW TV.
  • The surgery was confirmed to be a success by a PWInsider update.
  • His last TV appearance was on January 20 during the Collision event.
  • Ortiz has been a part of AEW since 2019 but has not won AEW Tag Team Championship gold despite his early dominance.
  • His former tag team partner, Santana, left AEW last month, and the two have had real-life differences.

Why It Matters

Ortiz’s surgery is not just crucial for his personal health and career but also highlights the physical toll professional wrestling takes on its athletes. His recovery journey could inspire updates on athlete health care and injury management within AEW and the broader wrestling community. Furthermore, his absence and potential return hold implications for storyline development and tag team dynamics in AEW.

Looking Ahead

As Ortiz recovers, fans and colleagues have shown support, eagerly anticipating his return to the ring. The success of his surgery is a hopeful indicator of a strong comeback. The impact of his injury and the eventual return could signal a reshuffle in AEW’s tag team scene and possibly renew old rivalries or forge new alliances.

What are your thoughts on Ortiz’s impact in AEW and how his injury might shape his career moving forward? Join the conversation below.

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