An update on Wardlow’s injury has been provided following his match against Komander on the January 31 episode of AEW Dynamite.
During the match, Wardlow appeared to suffer a knee injury after executing a powerbomb, and commentary mentioned a potential knee injury.
According to reports from Wrestling Observer Radio, Wardlow has mentioned that he is “fine,” but conflicting information suggests that the injury might be more serious. It’s been indicated that he will be getting checked out to assess the extent of the injury, and there are concerns about a possible torn meniscus. Despite these concerns, it is believed that he may have avoided a more severe injury and will likely recover.
Bryan Alvarez: “Wardlow says he is fine. I have been told that it’s not fine.”
Dave Meltzer: “I was told that he was hurt.”
Alvarez: “What I was told was, he’s getting checked out tomorrow. They think it’s possibly a torn Meniscus, but that he dodged a bullet and it wasn’t much worse and he’ll probably be alright. But he definitely is not ‘fine’. Something went wrong and he is being looked at tomorrow.”
Wardlow is currently aligned with the Undisputed Kingdom faction, led by Adam Cole and featuring Matt Taven, Mike Bennett, and Roderick Strong. His injury status will be closely monitored by fans and the wrestling community, as it may impact his future in AEW and his involvement in storylines.
Stay with Ringside News as more information becomes available on Wardlow’s injury status.
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