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Abaddon removed from international bookings

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Abaddon’s Recently Announced Tokyo Joshi Pro-Wrestling Appearance Has Been Canceled According to Hype Twitter, TJPW only announced Abaddon’s appearance earlier this week, revealing that AEW’s “Living Dead Girl” will be competing in the upcoming Shinjuku Tournament, but it has now been revealed that the in-contracted AEW talent’s trip to Japan will be in full swing. has been cancelled.

Tokyo Joshi Pro-Wrestling revealed that there was “a problem obtaining a visa” for Abaddon, although efforts were made to correct the matter until the cancellation was announced. As a result, the promotion has provided fans with the option to claim a refund due to Aidan’s canceled trip to the country. In response to the announcement, which would be Abadone’s first performance in Japan, he posted Twitter“My heart is broken. We will do that in the future.”

Abaddon, who made his pro wrestling debut in January 2019, signed with Tony Khan’s AEW in 2020, after defeating Anna Jay in a one-on-one match on the June 17 episode of “AEW Dynamite”. They would challenge Hikaru Shida for the AEW Women’s World Championship following a feud between the pair, but Abaddon succumbed to defeat in a match at the “AEW New Year Smash” event in January 2021. In recent months, Abaddon has mainly been confined to matches in “AEW Dark” and “AEW Dark: Elevation”, with his most recent match being a win over Freya States in the August 21 episode of “AEW Dark”. Abaddon’s last televised match came on “AEW Rampage” in October 2021, when she lost to then-AEW Women’s World Champion Dr Britt Baker DMD in a “trick or treat” no disqualification match.

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