Sami Callihan Reportedly 'Out Until Spring 2022' Following Ankle Injury At IMPACT Wrestling Tapings

Callihan sustained the injury this past weekend

Sami Callihan could be out of action until mid-2022 after reportedly undergoing surgery on a broken ankle sustained during the most recent set of tapings for IMPACT Wrestling.

IMPACT Wrestling held three sets of tapings in Nashville, Tennessee over the past weekend for upcoming episodes of their weekly television show, and the Knockouts Knockdown special.

Dave Meltzer of the Wrestling Observer is reporting that Callihan unfortunately sustained a broken ankle during these tapings and has since undergone surgery on the injury. The report goes on to say that the injury could keep Callihan out of action until Spring 2022.

Callihan himself has not commented on, acknowledged or confirmed the injury at time of writing.

The 34-year-old was in action at IMPACT Victory Road over the weekend, in a match taped back in August, teaming with Eddie Edwards in a losing effort against Moose and W. Morrissey.

Callihan had been involved in a feud for the IMPACT World Title prior to that, against former champion Kenny Omega, losing to The Belt Collector at Slammiversary 2021.

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