AEW Full Gear is November 7th, and they are ready for anything. Recent injuries on the show, especially Alex Reynolds, who was knocked out cold and laid on the mat for about a minute before anyone noticed, AEW is stepping up their medical team and safety system.

During an interview on PW Insider Elite, Tony Khan revealed that they have added additional protective measures for their staff. Now referees can communicate with them in the back. They are also bringing in former WWE Superstar and CTE expert Chris Nowinski.

“I’ve added a two-way feature where the referees can talk back to us if there are injuries. All communication is not only going one way, and I have encouraged referees to let us know what’s going on”

Nowinski is CEO of the Concussion Legacy Foundation. They have done a ton of CTE research over the past few years, and they’ve made some major breakthroughs.

AEW wants to be prepared for any kind of unforeseen accidents at Full Gear. We will have full coverage of AEW Full Gear right here at Ringside News.

Thanks to Heel By Nature for the quote

Felix Upton

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