AEW has tons of talented professional wrestlers who are already ready to give it their all at the cost of their well-being. This especially includes Dax Harwood, who suffered an injury at the AEW Dynasty pay-per-view.

The ladder match at AEW Dynasty featuring Matthew and Nicholas Jackson against Dax Harwood and Cash Wheeler of FTR was an intense battle for the AEW World Tag Team Championships. With high stakes and a title on the line, the match was filled with suspense, high-flying moves, and brutal spots.

The closing moments saw Jack Perry return and push Dax Harwood off the ladder, clearing the way for Nicholas Jackson to climb up and unhook the championship belts. This ended up hurting Harwood in more ways than one as well.

Dax Harwood took to Twitter and commented on a video of his match against “Dynamite Kid” Tommy Billington on Collision this week, revealing that he suffered a hematoma on his lower back side since AEW Dynasty, which is why the bump he took on Collision was the most painful bump he ever took.


”I’ve had a hematoma on my left side lower back since the ladder match at Dynasty, and this might have been the most painful bump of my 20 year career. I have a love handle on my love handle.”

Dax Harwood will compete in the Anarchy In The Arena match at AEW Double or Nothing alongside Cash Wheeler, Eddie Kingston and Bryan Danielson, so we’ll hope he doesn’t suffer any injury at the pay-per-view as well.

Are you shocked by just how much Dax Harwood has put his body through over the past few months? Let us know in the comments section below!

Subhojeet Mukherjee

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