Former MWR Wrestler of the Year Jeremy Wyatt to be out of action 2-3 months.

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Jeremy Wyatt -Art byRob Schamberger

3XWrestling, High Voltage Wrestling, Metro Pro Heavyweight Champion and NWA Central States Champion Jeremy Wyatt suffered a broken fibula while wrestling in Illinois Saturday night.

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Reports state that Wyatt will be out of ring action for two-to-three months. Wyatt was set to defend his 3XW title against Jaysin Strife this Friday and his Metro Pro Championship on May 5th in Kansas City against Dingo.

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Keep up with MWR, 3XWrestling.com and the Metro Pro Wrestling websites to see how this affects the title situation for “The Belt Collector”.

Jeremy Wyatt, who is one of the most active and talented wrestlers in the world today was having a phenomenal year with matches against then NWA World Champion Adam Pearce, ACH and a classic IRON MAN 2 with Mark Sterling in the first three months of 2012.

Everyone here at MWR would like to wish the Jeremy Wyatt the best in his recovery and look forward to seeing him back in the ring soon.

One thought on “Former MWR Wrestler of the Year Jeremy Wyatt to be out of action 2-3 months.

  1. From all the staff and fans of the SICW & MMWA Hope he heals fast and gets back in the ring. All the fans truly enjoy him. Best to him and hurry up and answer the bell.

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