A newly signed AEW star has potentially suffered an injury at a recent Demand Lucha event in in Toronto, Canada.
As reported by POST Wrestling’s John Pollock, AEW star Komander would favor his knee after performing a moonsault in his three-way match against Gringo Loco and Arez.
Following the manoeuvre, the 24-year-old was taken to the back and would not return to action for the remainder of it’s duration.
This was seconded by a reddit user who stated that Komander did in fact attempt to return to action following the move however, he would be ‘limping badly’ and would be unable to continue.
In a cruel twist of fate, Komander’s participation in the match was seemingly off the cards prior to the event, with Demand Lucha stating on April 10 that the new AEW signee would not be able to compete due to an ‘unforeseen travel complication’.
Komander would then appear to the surprise of the Toronto crowd moments prior to the opening bell.
Following various eye-catching performances for both AEW and ROH, Tony Khan officially announced that Komander had signed with the promotion on April 19.
We at Wrestletalk would like to wish Komander the very best in his recovery.
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