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AEW's Anthony Bowens out of action with knee injury

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Anthony Bowens of The Acclaimed has confirmed he is out of action with a knee injury.

PWInsider reported this afternoon that Bowens is out of action with a knee injury that required surgery. He is expected to be out 6-8 weeks.

Bowens commented on the report on social media, confirming that he had been working with an injured knee.

“What you’ve seen the last 4 months was me basically wrestling on 1 leg,” he wrote. “I can’t wait to get back full throttle. Don’t worry though, there’s still plenty of Acclaimed content coming your way each week. I’m excited for everyone to get to know us/me a little better outside the ring.”

The Acclaimed last competed as a team back on the edition of AEW Dynamite that was taped on February 4, losing to Chris Jericho and MJF of The Inner Circle. Bowens’ tag team partner, Max Castor, competed in the Face of the Revolution ladder match at Revolution this past weekend. However, that match was won by Scorpio Sky.