Originally published at Anna Jay undergoes successful shoulder surgery
Anna Jay, who was scheduled to compete in the AEW Women’s World Title Eliminator tournament has undergone successful shoulder surgery.
She shared the news on Twitter and noted that she will soon be on her road to recovery. In the initial announcement of Anna’s injury, AEW noted that she could out for 6-12 months.
Hi everyone 🙂 I just got out of my shoulder surgery, and all is well. For the next two days I will most likely sleep and eat only ice cream and soup. But after that…I will be working my ass off in any way I can. Thanks for all of the support and well wishes. 🙏🏼❣️ -99 pic.twitter.com/p12hX4DWgQ
— Anna Jay (@annajay___) March 11, 2021
Anna was going to be competing in the U.S. bracket of the Women’s World Title Eliminator tournament. Her first-round match-up was going to be Britt Baker. The eventual winner of the tournament was Ryo Mizunami who went on to challenge Hikaru Shida for the title at Revolution. Jay, 22, was replaced in the tournament by Madi Wrenkowski.
Jay is a member of the Dark Order faction and is also referred to as ’99’, which is the group number that was given to her by the late Jon Huber (Brodie Lee).