“Hangman” Adam Page Injured On Dynamite, AEW Issues Statement, Concussion Expert Chris Nowinski Reacts 

“Hangman” Adam Page suffered an injury during his AEW World Championship match with Jon Moxley. The match was cut short about ten minutes before the show was scheduled to go off the air, after AEW’s medical staff came into the ring and waved it off. This resulted in the announcers stalling to kill time as Page was stretchered out of the arena.

Page was legitimately hurt and was checked out backstage. He was then taken to a local hospital.

AEW has now confirmed that Page suffered a concussion. With that being said, the good news is that he has already been discharged from the hospital.

“Hangman Adam Page was taken tonight by medical personnel to a Cincinnati trauma center and diagnosed with a concussion. He was discharged, but will remain in AEW’s concussion protocol.

AEW and Hangman Page are grateful for the exemplary response and care of staff and local medical personnel, and are appreciative of the love and support of fans everywhere.”

It should be noted that following the AEW Dynamite TV tapings, Jon Moxley once again took the microphone and asked everyone to say a prayer for Hangman Page. Mox went on to say that he hoped Page would be okay, saying it’s a dangerous business and accidents can and do happen.

Former WWE Superstar Chris Nowinski, who founded The Concussion Legacy Foundation, took to Twitter to send his well wishes to Page. He wrote,

“Sending positive thoughts to Hangman. This was not a high risk move. Something went wrong. Ref Paul Turner is trained to recognize a #concussion or a possible neck injury & stopped match. @DocSampson13 was ringside & there in seconds, gives us the best chance for a good outcome.”

Source: EWrestlingNews