During this week’s episode of Friday Night SmackDown, a match between Carmelo Hayes and Austin Theory took an unexpected turn when a botched fall occurred off the top rope. However, Carmelo Hayes has now broken his silence on the matter, reassuring fans about his condition.
The match on SmackDown featured Austin Theory facing Carmelo Hayes, and a failed avalanche Spanish fly maneuver led to a mishap, resulting in the match being called off due to safety concerns.
Carmelo Hayes took to Twitter to address the situation, sharing a GIF of The Undertaker rising out of a casket. This post humorously implied that he is perfectly fine and in good spirits despite the incident.
WWE has also provided an update on the status of both Carmelo Hayes and Austin Theory after the match. It was disclosed that both wrestlers suffered face contusions. Nevertheless, fans are relieved to hear that both competitors are doing well and recovering from the incident.
“UPDATE: Following their match tonight on #SmackDown, @_Theory1 and @Carmelo_WWE were evaluated for injuries. They both suffered face contusions, and will both be okay.”
Professional wrestling is known for its unpredictability, and injuries can occur suddenly. However, the most important thing is that everyone involved is safe and in good health, which brings reassurance to fans and the wrestling community.
What do you think of this injury scare that Carmelo Hayes and Austin Theory had? Do you feel they just avoided disaster? Let us know in the comments!