Bryan Danielson has appeared to suffer an injury during the AEW Rampage taping.
The Blackpool Combat Club member appears to have caught his leg between the ramp and the ring after he and Jon Moxley defeated the team of Matt Sydal and Dante Martin.
After the match, Danielson and Moxley were attacked by the Jericho Appreciation Society and it was here that the injury occurred.
During a brawl between the Blackpool Combat Club and the Jericho Appreciation Society, Danielson was thrown to the outside of the ring and his leg was trapped between the ring apron the steel entrance ramp.
Reports claim he was stuck there for several minutes, with officials originally unable to free him from the perilous situation. Eventually medical personal came out the help the American Dragon and asses Bryan Danielson’s injury.
Soon after, part of the ring had to be removed to free Bryan Danielson and he was carted off by medical staff to asses the extent of his injuries.
Fans at the arena noted Bryan Danielson’s injury look like it was not a work and he looked in real pain during the ordeal. Danielson was said to have walked out under his own steam and will hope that he is not too badly injured, especially with AEW Double or Nothing 2022 coming up next week.
Bryan Danielson’s Injury
See below to see what happened during Bryan Danielson’s injury and how his leg got trapped between the ring and the entrance ramp.
AEW fans have wished Bryan Danielson well and hoped that this injuries are not too severe. We will update this post when any new information becomes available regarding Bryan Danielson’s injury.
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