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Former World Champion Could Return At AEW All In 2023

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Former AEW Women’s World Champion Thunder Rosa hasn’t stepped inside the ring since last summer.

After suffering a back injury, she relinquished the AEW Women’s World Championship on the August 24th 2022 episode of Dynamite.

In her YouTube vlog, Rosa gave an update on herself and also showed footage of her conversation with AEW doctor Michael “Doc” Sampson.

Sampson revealed that Rosa is set to compete in a 5-minute mini-match this, and if she does well, she will be cleared soon:

“Good news. She’s been doing well, we’re at week four. She’s been religious with her training, as she always has been, but religious with her training, doing everything we’ve asked her to do.

Next week, if I can share, we’re going to be in Greensboro, and we’re going to do a five-minute mini-match and see how you tolerate that. We’re just taking the steps up. If that looks good, we’re almost there.”

Rosa then asked him:

“You’re telling me I’m almost cleared, cleared?” 

Sampson replied:

“You’re almost there. You’re following protocols, you’re doing everything as expected. Your body is actually listening to you. Still there, but you’re getting stronger around it and taking the stress off of it.”

Rosa asked if she’d be cleared in “three more weeks”, to which Sampson replied:

“I think that’s fair.”

If Rosa does well in her mini-match, this could mean that she’ll be back at All In or right after All In.

A potential confrontation between Rosa and the winner of the AEW Women’s World Championship Fatal-4-Way match for the title Rosa never lost looks like a possible surprise for All In.

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