AEW’s All In London at Wembley Stadium witnessed a passionate showcase of wrestling prowess in front of an enthusiastic audience of over 80,000 fans on August 27. However, the matches didn’t come without their share of physical toll, as details of an injury sustained by AEW star Brody King have now emerged.

According to PWInsider and corroborated by Bryan Alvarez, Brody King suffered a broken hand during the Wembley Stadium show. The injury is believed to have occurred when King’s hand made contact with the guardrail during his match.

Brody King participated alongside Buddy Matthews and Malakai Black as they put their AEW Trios Championship on the line against Max Caster, Anthony Bowens, and ‘Daddy Ass’ Billy Gunn.

Unfortunately for King and his team, The Acclaimed emerged victorious, capturing the AEW Trios Championship.


As of this writing, it remains exactly how long it will take for Brody to recover from his broken hand and/or if he will be removed from upcoming AEW events. Ringside News will keep you updated if any other information surfaces.

How do you perceive the impact of injuries like Brody King’s broken hand on the dynamic world of professional wrestling? Leve us a comment.

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