Gia Miller provided an injury report outlining the condition of several wrestlers following TNA Rebellion.

Eric Young sustained a severe laceration to his ear during his Full Metal Mayhem match against Kazarian. Fortunately, he received prompt medical attention from a plastic surgeon who successfully reattached his ear. The injury occurred when Young caught the edge of a table after taking a top rope flux capacitor. Consequently, he is not medically cleared to compete.

Brian Myers also finds himself sidelined due to an undisclosed shoulder injury sustained during his successful TNA Tag Team Title defense alongside Eddie Edwards against Speedball Mountain. Myers will undergo an MRI to assess the extent of the injury.

Josh Alexander and Hammerstone were listed on the injury report following their Last Man Standing match, but both have been cleared to compete. Alexander endured a severe ear laceration and contusions to his ear and eardrum, while Hammerstone successfully passed concussion testing.


As the wrestlers recuperate from their injuries, TNA fans eagerly await their return to action, hoping for swift recoveries for all involved.

What are your thoughts on the injuries sustained by Eric Young and Brian Myers at TNA Rebellion? How do you think these injuries will affect the landscape of TNA Wrestling in the coming weeks? Share your thoughts and well wishes for the injured wrestlers in the comments below!

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