Sammy Guevara hasn’t been seen since the AEW WrestleDream pay-per-view event where he suffered a concussion, but his good friend Fuego Del Sol says Sammy’s return to AEW is “imminent.”
Speaking on a recent edition of the “Muscle Malcom” podcast, Del Sol provided an update on Guevara. He said,
“Yeah, me and Sam, we talk every day. He’s legitimately one of my best friends and a lot of times we don’t even talk wrestling, we talk about all the other crazy stuff in the world going on. He is feeling a lot better and his return is imminent.”
He continued, “I definitely thought he was gonna be on Dynamite recently in that 8-Man Street Fight. However, he wasn’t back yet, but I know he wants to come back in a major way. So we’ll see where the tide takes him.”
Jim Ross has provided an update on his health as he remains sidelined from his duties with All Elite Wrestling in an effort to heal up.
Speaking on a recent edition of his “Grilling JR” podcast, the WWE Hall of Famer and AEW commentator provided an update on his leg and ongoing treatment for skin cancer.
You can check out some highlights from the podcast below:
On his health: “[I] had a busy week at the doctors, and trying to get all these little things taken care of. They’re not little things if you let them go. Anyway, I’m getting better I think.”
On letting his leg heal up during his time off: “Then we will just move on, you know, and hopefully it’ll work out. I had a long doctor’s meeting yesterday — over two hours — so just trying to get better … Getting old is the s***s.”
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Sammy Guevara, a professional wrestler in All Elite Wrestling (AEW), has been absent from the ring since suffering a concussion at the AEW WrestleDream pay-per-view event. However, his good friend Fuego Del Sol recently provided an update on Guevara’s condition and hinted at his imminent return to AEW.
In an interview on the “Muscle Malcom” podcast, Del Sol revealed that he and Guevara talk every day and are close friends. He mentioned that Guevara is feeling a lot better and assured fans that his return is on the horizon. Del Sol also expressed his belief that Guevara wants to make a major comeback and speculated on what the future holds for him.
While Guevara’s return date is still uncertain, fans eagerly anticipate his comeback. Many expected him to appear in an 8-Man Street Fight on Dynamite, but he wasn’t back yet. Nevertheless, Guevara’s determination and passion for wrestling suggest that he will make a significant impact upon his return.
In addition to Guevara’s update, legendary commentator Jim Ross shared some insights into his own health situation. Ross, who is also a WWE Hall of Famer, has been sidelined from his AEW duties to focus on healing and receiving treatment for skin cancer.
During an episode of his podcast, “Grilling JR,” Ross mentioned that he had a busy week attending doctor’s appointments and addressing various health concerns. He expressed optimism about his recovery but acknowledged the challenges that come with aging.
Both Guevara and Ross’s updates highlight the physical toll that professional wrestling can take on performers. It serves as a reminder of the dedication and sacrifices wrestlers make to entertain fans.
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As Guevara and Ross continue their respective journeys towards recovery, fans eagerly await their return to the wrestling world. Their stories serve as a testament to the resilience and determination of professional wrestlers, who constantly push their bodies to the limit in pursuit of their passion.