AEW is missing a big force in their singles division as Lance Archer is currently on the shelf with a concussion.

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Wrestling Inc reports that Lance Archer is out of action with a concussion. His match against Eddie Kingston in the AEW World Title Eliminator tournament did not end as planned and he landed square on his head off a top-rope moonsault. Now he is waiting to be cleared for action.

Archer suffered the concussion during his match with Eddie Kingston on the October 23rd edition of AEW Dynamite. During the match, Archer attempted a moonsault off the top rope but ended up landing on his head. He was checked out at ringside by the referee and ringside physician Dr. Michael Sampson. He then got back in the ring, where he was immediately rolled up by Kingston for the win.

It was stated at the time that Doc Samson did a check on Archer during the match where he passed for having a concussion. Apparently, there were more tests and he failed them. Hopefully, this bump in the road won’t keep the Murderhawk Monster out of action for long.

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