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Two wrestlers injured during Wednesday’s AEW Dynamite

Alex Reynolds and Ray Fenix were injured while working matches during Wednesday’s AEW Dynamite.

Reynolds teamed up with John Silver against The Young Bucks, The Butcher & The Blade, and Private Party in the four-way tag team main event.

He was injured when Private Party hit a splash/leg drop combo spot off the top rope and he was clearly knockout right away as right arm stayed in the air while being pinned. The odd thing about this was how none of the other wrestlers noticed something was off as Reynolds just laid there until Blade eventually dragged him into a corner and tagged himself in.

Reynolds laid in the ring while unconscious and wrestlers did other spots. After several minutes went by without him being checked on by the medical staff, he managed to come to and tried to do various moves, but he was still clearly out of it.

Bryan Alvarez noted during today’s episode of Wrestling Observer Radio Reynolds was feeling great after the match.

“He left on his own and the word from after the show was that he was feeling great afterwards, whatever that means. I don’t know how you feel great after that.”

Moving along to Fenix, he worked a first-round match as part of the AEW World Title contender against Penta El Zero M.

The injury happened when Fenix jumped up and hit a twisting head scissors on Penta. Once Fenix hit the mat, he landed badly on his neck and shoulder where he was slow to recover.

After talking with the referee, he recovered and they did the rest of their planned spots. Dave Meltzer had no update on Fenix other than stating that Fenix told people backstage that he was sore.

Fenix is slated to wrestle Kenny Omega next week on Dynamite as part of the second round in the tournament.






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