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Below are some top AEW & WWE news stories of the day:

– Jamie Hayter lost the AEW Women’s World Championship to Toni Storm at Double Or Nothing back in May. Hayter wrestled the match with an injury and has been out of action since then.

The Wrestling Observer reports that Hayter will not be back anytime soon and the current estimated return time for her is February 2024, although that’s at best a rough estimate.

Unfortunately for Hayter, she won’t get to perform in front of her own people at All In later this month.

The Wrestling Observer also provided an update on former AEW Women’s World Champion Thunder Rosa and revealed that she’s not expected back in time for All In, although she is training for her return.

Rosa has been out of action since August 2022, when she was forced to relinquish the AEW Women’s World Championship due to her back injury.

– Former WWE Champion Bray Wyatt was scheduled to face Bobby Lashley at WrestleMania 39. However, due to an unknown illness, the match got canceled and Wyatt missed the biggest show of the year.

Ever since his return to WWE at last year’s Extreme Rules premium live event, Wyatt only wrestled one televised match, where he defeated LA Knight in a Mountain Dew Pitch Black Match at Royal Rumble 2023.

PWInsider reports that there is no indication Wyatt is going to return soon. Wyatt not returning is said to be a by-product of WWE being very, very careful with his health and has nothing to do with WWE Executive Chairman Vince McMahon.

Contrary to PWInsider’s report, BWE reported a couple of weeks ago that Wyatt would show up during one of the main events at SummerSlam tonight.

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