CJ Perry revealed that finger infection had spread to her arm, prompting her to visit the ER. Consequently, she was unable to participate at a CMLL event, and she’s missed AEW television since then. That being said, Worlds End is a different sttory.

In a subsequent update on Monday, she shared that her time in the ER and hospital exceeded 50 hours. Regrettably, the infection has deteriorated, and surgery is now on the agenda.

Taking to X for another update, the former Lana indicated that her hospital stay has concluded, expressing gratitude to fans for their support.

Held together by bandages, tape, and pure attitude on a six hour flight! Help me send an ironic message to the MERSA inflection that almost claimed my f you finger. Can’t keep me down! And wouldn’t miss @AEW final PPV of the year for #AEWWorldsEnd for anything!


CJ Perry also released graphic photos of her finger. This was not an easy situation to get through. The good news is that CJ Perry was able to make it to Worlds End.

Hopefully, CJ Perry won’t have to deal with anything like this again. Obviously, this finger situation could have had dire consequences.

As a reminder, Ringside News will be providing live play-by-play coverage of AEW Worlds End on December 30, 2023 over in our AEW Worlds End results hub. Keep checking back for any late-breaking news regarding the event.

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Felix Upton

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