More Details Around Sami Callihan's Ankle Injury At IMPACT Wrestling Tapings Reportedly Emerge
Callihan will reportedly be out until mid-2022
Sami Callihan is reportedly out of action until mid-2022 after sustaining a nasty ankle injury during the most recent IMPACT Wrestling tapings, and now more details around the injury have reportedly emerged.
Dave Meltzer of the Wrestling Observer Newsletter reported earlier this week that Callihan required surgery after breaking his ankle over the weekend, and Mike Johnson of PWInsiderPWInsider has independently confirmed the story.
PWInsider go on to report that, as well as a broken ankle, Callihan also sustained breaks in both his fibia and tibia bones in his left leg. The damage was done while Callihan executed a tope suicida during the IMPACT tapings at the weekend.
The former IMPACT World Champion underwent surgery in Nashville, Tennessee, earlier this week and was released from hospital so he could head home and recover on Tuesday 21 September.
Callihan is expected to be out of action until the middle of next year at the very earliest.
The 34-year-old was last seen performing for IMPACT at Victory Road 2021 over the weekend, in a tag-team match taped back in August. He and Eddie Edwards were defeated by Moose and W. Morrissey