Ruby Soho confirms broken nose injury, set to undergo surgery

Ruby Soho shared that she is scheduled to undergo surgery for the broken nose she suffered at AEW All Out

Soho to undergo surgery.

On the AEW All Out ‘Zero Hour’ pre-show, Ruby Soho and Ortiz challenged Tay Conti and Sammy Guevara for the AAA World Mixed Tag Team Titles. Tay got the pin over Ruby after setting her up in a backpack position and pulling her around for a knee to the face. After the bout, Ruby was walked to the back by referee Rick Knox and was holding her nose as blood was coming from in between her fingers.

Ruby was scheduled to make her 1PW debut in the U.K. on October 1st, but had to pull out of the show due to the injury. She sent the promotion a video and confirmed that she is going to miss the forthcoming show and is scheduled to undergo surgery.

She stated that her nose is broken in two places and she has a messed up septum. Soho is hoping to debut for 1PW in February 2023.

Hey 1PW fans. It is yours truly, Ruby Soho, here with some disappointing news. Now due to the injury that I received at All Out, a broken nose in two places and a mess of a septum, I have to have surgery and due to the scheduling of that surgery and the recovery time, I won’t be able to make it to the show on October 1st. You guys, I’m really, really sorry that I’m not gonna be there. Honestly, this is the only thing that would keep me from coming back to England. I was very much looking forward to the show and very much looking forward to meeting all of you and seeing all of you again, so for that, I do truly apologize. But I know the show’s gonna be incredible, still a stacked card and I am hoping in the near future, hopefully the show in February, I will be back, I will be better than ever and I will finally keep my word and make my debut for 1PW so, I apologize again you guys and I hope to see you again very soon.

Soho headlined the first AEW Dynamite Grand Slam with Britt Baker in 2021 and at the second installment of the event on 9/22, Saraya f.k.a. Paige made her AEW debut and ran off Baker along with Jamie Hayter and Serena Deeb.

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