Impact World Champion Alex Shelley has issued an apology for having to miss indie dates that he was scheduled for.
Shelley hasn't wrestled since competing in a tag team match on the first night of Impact Wrestling's UK Invasion tour last Thursday. He's dealing with a two-location calf strain.
On social media on Friday, Shelley posted an apology for having to cancel dates for Game Changer Wrestling and Wrestling Revolver.
"It’s not much – I let @IMPACTWRESTLING handle big things. I just wanted to apologize to @GCWrestling_ and @PWRevolver fans for being advertised and having to cancel," Shelley wrote. "I love both companies dearly and their fan bases, and if I could wrestle, I would."
Shelley stated that he's still able to train and is going to be okay. His injury is a "two location calf strain in the gastroc muscle belly and the myotendinous junction."
Shelley vs. Jonathan Gresham will air on next week's episode of Impact. Shelley's Impact World Championship will be on the line in the match, which was taped at Impact's post-Bound for Glory television tapings.
Shelley has been Impact World Champion since defeating Steve Maclin for the title this June. Shelley recently retained the championship against Josh Alexander in the main event of Bound for Glory.
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