According to multiple sources, Kenny Omega is making important progress regarding his injury and physical condition. This was reported by Dave Meltzer in the Wrestling Observer Newsletter in which he informed about the recovery of Kenny after the positive hernia surgery, a factor which obviously gave rise to a long series of speculations from fans.
In fact, they think that the former AEW World Champion can make his return to the company during Forbidden Door, the event next June in which All Elite Wrestling and New Japan Pro Wrestling will collaborate for the same event together.
To date, Omega has been missing from the TNT / TBS screens since last November when he was defeated at Full Gear by Adam “Hangman” Page in the famous match valid for the AEW world title. In 2021, Kenny Omega was nicknamed the “Belt Collector” having simultaneously held the AAA World Championship, AEW World Championship and Impact Wrestling World Championship.
The latest news on Kenny Omega
There has been an update on the condition of former AEW World Champion Kenny Omega. It's been reported that The Cleaner has recently had knee surgery with another surgery coming up in the next few weeks.
The news of Meltzer brings a wave of positivity for fans and insiders, but even today we don't know for sure when “The Cleaner” will be ready to hit the ring again. Certainly the timing is shortening and that day he seems to be getting closer and closer.
His immediate return, especially in view of the Forbidden Door, could throw Kenny into a possible feud with the Undisputed Elite and retrace the historical reference of 2017, when Omega himself was the author of the release of Adam Cole from the Bullet Club in favor by Marty Scurll.
The speculations increase and intensify day by day, so as to bring websites and fans in constant waiting for the right moment in which the one who placed for the second time in his career in first place among the best 500 wrestlers of the year (PWI 500, prestigious Pro Wrestling Illustrated ranking) will return to the ring along with his assistant Don Callis.
According to a report in the Wrestling Observer Newsletter, Kenny is currently recovering from arthroscopic knee surgery. It's unclear when exactly he went under the knife, however, the recovery time is slated for around 10 weeks.