Bryce Remsburg had quite a night at All In London. The AEW referee took a big bump in the main event of the night. Now, it appears he’s not cleared to work this week.

Bryce Remsburg ate a Panama Sunrise from Adam Cole during AEW All In. This went down after MJF guided Remsburg into the path of the move.

Despite that bump, Bryce Remsburg managed to make the 3 count for the finish of the match between MJF and Adam Cole. Now, the AEW referee has now informed fans that he will not officiate during the August 30th episode of AEW Dynamite.

After checking in with @DocSampson13 and his medical team and the blessing of our referee team, I won’t there tonight for #AEWDynamite after viewing a Panama Sunrise in London.


Definitely planning to be at @StarrcastEvents Sunday and hoping to be cleared to officiate All Out!

Bryce Remsburg’s aim is to regain clearance in time for AEW All Out. We’re certainly pulling for him.

It’s unknown if this is a work, or if Tony Khan just gave Bryce Remsberg the night off after a good job in Wembley Stadium. There is a lot going on in AEW right now, and this week’s Dynamite could be light.

As we previously reported, Tony Khan told his roster that he would give them the night off this week if they want to attend the Bray Wyatt memorial. That could take some key members of the roster away from Dynamite, but we have not heard who might miss the show.

We will keep a close eye on this story, and so many more, right here at Ringside News. As always, check out the comments below to be a part of the conversation!

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