During this Wednesday’s AEW: Dynamite, three of the promotions big stars, all of whom have marquee matches booked for Double or Nothing, suffered potentially big injuries that could see them ruled out of the pay-per-view.
One of those stars was Britt Baker, who injured her knee during a women’s tag team match. While the injury has not been confirmed by AEW as of yet, it is believed that Britt suffered a torn ACL that would see her out of action until December 2020, at the earliest.
On the latest Wrestling Observer Live, Bryan Alvarez noted that Britt Baker is believed to have suffered a torn ACL, but is awaiting an MRI to confirm the injury. If the doctor’s initial believes are correct, Britt will likely be out of action for the rest of 2020.
The seriousness of Britt’s injuries has been confirmed by Bodyslam.net, who are reported that Britt will almost certainly not face Kris Statlander at Double or Nothing, as is the plan right now:
“I reached out to my sources within AEW today and inquired about Britt Baker’s health status following her injury on last night’s episode of Dynamite, and was told that she had her knee heavily wrapped up today and that it hurts pretty bad. I also asked about her status for Double Or Nothing and if she would be able to wrestle, and was told “personally I doubt she will be good.. but who knows.”
As previously stated, AEW has yet to confirm that Britt suffered an injury during Dynamite this week and what this means for Double or Nothing this weekend. For the latest on the news, make sure you stay tuned to WrestleTalk.com.