It looks like he will recover but the photos posted on his Twitter account show how lucky he is to be alive. One photo shows the damage done to the car he was in and another shows the brutal injury to the back of his head.
Matha was signed by WWE in the fall of 2015 and was released this week as part of budget cuts related to the coronavirus. We wish him well and we hope for a speedy and complete recovery.
Boy do I have a crazy ass story to tell all of u. From the 🌎 getting locked down, too getting ejected through my 🚘 window and then being released by the Wwe. It’s been a wild, I mean WILD 21 days. Tune in to my IGlive at 1 & I’ll Drop all the details ur little ❤️ could desire. pic.twitter.com/uux5l9TTJa
— Dan Matha (@Dorian_Mak) April 19, 2020