Backstage News On When Eddie Kingston Will Undergo Surgery

As previously reported, AEW star Eddie Kingston met with surgeons last Thursday, May 23rd and due to the nature of the injuries, he was told that he won’t be getting surgery to repair his ACL and meniscus tears until July. Kingston also noted that he’s been advised that he’ll have to wait for his tibular fracture to heal and do physical therapy before surgeons can start to focus on his knee. reports that Kingston is set to undergo surgery on his torn ACL and meniscus on July 8, but his tubular fracture must heal first and his recovery could take up to ten months.

Kingston suffered an injury on the back of his legs at NJPW Resurgence when he took on Gabe Kidd in a no ropes last man standing match. Kingston was supposed to compete in the Anarchy in the Arena match at AEW Double or Nothing this past weekend, but Darby Allin took his place. Kingston is a former ROH World Champion, NJPW STRONG Openweight Champion and AEW Continental Champion.