Former WWE Superstar Andrade El Idolo has been out of action with an injury. However, he was listed among the wrestlers who will be a part of the upcoming AEW Collision TV show on Saturday nights.
He underwent a surgery for a torn pec in November, and according to the Wrestling Observer, he will be ready to return soon:
“He could be ready by the launch of the show and if not, would be ready within a month or so after the launch.”
All Elite Wrestling has been building Collision around CM Punk, with his return expected on the show’s premiere on June 17.
However, the two sides are at odds over a misunderstanding regarding bringing back Ace Steel. Warner Bros. Discovery hopes the issue will be resolved within the next week.
AEW President Tony Khan is scheduled to announce the location of this show this Wednesday on Dynamite.
The Wrestling Observer reported that Daily’s Place in Jacksonville, FL is the backup plan should AEW not get on the same page with Punk and not hold it at the United Center in Chicago, IL.