TNA Wrestler Out For 9-12 Months With Injury

A TNA wrestler has been ruled out for around a year following ACL tear

In March 2023, KiLynn King signed with TNA Wrestling (then IMPACT Wrestling), but since October she has not been seen on TNA programming, with her last match coming in the company when she and Steve Maclin lost to Bully Ray and Jordynne Grace in a mixed tag team match. 

King has been ruled out with a long-term injury, which explains her absence, and hasn’t competed in any capacity since an independent show in December. King provided an update on her Instagram account detailing why she was not a part of the TNA rebranding festivities at Las Vegas’ Hard To Kill 2024 PLE. She revealed the extent of her injury, suffered at the aforementioned indie show, in which a dislocated knee led to an ACL tear and damage to her MCL, along with an LCL sprain too. 

With surgery scheduled for next month, the current timeframe for her absence is somewhere between 9-12 months. King is already looking ahead though and she has said can’t wait to come back to TNA during her statement on Instagram. 

"I love TNA, I love wrestling. As much as it sucks that I can't be there right now, I can't wait to tune in every single week and get motivated by them. And come back stronger than ever. Because you know what, it doesn't matter whether it's this year or next year -- the King of Knockouts is always going to be the one to watch."

H/T F4WOnline

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