Madison Rayne retired from TNA Wrestling after Hard To Kill back in 2021. However, she made a surprising return to the ring, this time with AEW, where she has been lending her expertise to the roster.

Rayne’s recent appearance on AEW Dynamite marked her first match since August 2023, but unfortunately, it was marred by a terrifying spot. During her match against Deonna Purrazzo, Rayne took a hard landing on her head/neck after a flatliner maneuver executed by Purrazzo, sparking worry among fans about her well-being.

Responding to the outpouring of concern on social media, Rayne took to her own platforms on February 22 to reassure everyone that she is okay. She expressed gratitude for the support from fans who celebrated her return and checked in on her after the incident. Additionally, she addressed those who may have been critical without understanding the full context, urging them to consider the realities of professional wrestling.

”Hi 🙋🏼‍♀️ I’m okay! Thanks so much to everyone who celebrated my Dynamite return & those who checked in on me afterwards.”


”To those who have never stepped into a ring but tweeted awful things at me w/ zero knowledge of what actually happened- thanks for watching. Have a great day 🙃”

Injuries are an inherent risk in the world of wrestling, but fans can take solace in knowing that Madison Rayne is doing alright following the scare. As she continues her journey in AEW, fans eagerly await what’s next for her in the squared circle.

Are you relieved Madison Rayne didn’t get injured? Do you feel such scary spots could have been avoided? Let us know in the comments section below!

Subhojeet Mukherjee

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