Britt Baker is currently dealing with a back injury and she says the problem is only getting worse.
On last night's premiere episode of AEW All Access, Baker is shown getting treatment for the injury in the lead-up to Full Gear. Months later, Baker tells Comicbook.com that not only is she still dealing with the issue, it has now spread to her neck.
"Unfortunately it's getting worse," Baker said. "Now it's like a neck and a back problem. But it's manageable. I'm tough, so I'll always find ways to work. My championship reign was with a broken wrist. So I'll figure it out one way or another. You've got to work your way around it, sometimes maybe trick your body into thinking, 'Eh, it doesn't really hurt that bad.'"
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The 31-year-old appeared on last night's edition of AEW Dynamite. She joined her partner, Adam Cole, to celebrate his return to the ring at the end of the show.
Baker was pulled from a scheduled three-way match against Toni Storm and Ruby Soho on the January 25, 2023, edition of Dynamite. Our own Dave Meltzer said at the time that her injury was not considered serious and she was not expected to miss much time. Baker has only wrestled twice since. Her last match was on the AEW House Rules show in Troy, Ohio on March 18 against Anna Jay.
Baker also recently told Slam Wrestling she "still has the same questions" regarding Thunder Rosa's injury that has sidelined her since last summer.
I stand by everything I said because I still have the same questions… You are traveling all over the place for other projects but you’re not coming [to] work where you are the champion? I have that question. I want to know why. I am just asking that question because I’m very passionate and protective of AEW. Anyone can call me a bully but I stand by that and that question still hasn’t been answered to this day. People like Adam Cole would have killed to be able to come to work but he cannot travel. It is not like he was going in and doing a signing or convention or a seminar. They’re not coming to work but he wasn’t able to even leave the house.