Another Injury Teased At AEW All Out 2023

Another Injury Teased At AEW All Out 2023 AEW

Another injury teased at AEW All Out 2023 as one match ends with a star laid out in the center of the ring with AEW doctors attending to him.

Darby Allin challenged TNT Champion Luchasaurus for the title in the third match of tonight’s All Out pay-per-view.

Throughout the match, Darby Allin took a swath of punishment including a spot where he was being crushed underneath the steel steps.

However, after a sequence of spots, Allin had Luchasaurus down in the ring, and after a nearfall, appeared to be preparing for a Coffin Drop to seal the deal.

While Darby was up on the top rope though, Christian Cage knocked out Nick Wayne at ringside with a chair and was about to hit the young star with a Con-chair-to.

When Darby got down in order to make the save for Wayne, Luchasaurus captured Allin and took him down with a series of Tombstone Piledrivers.

Luchasaurus retained the TNT Championship, following up with a post-match attack on Darby Allin and Nick Wayne which was interrupted by a variety of common enemies of Christian Cage.

With “the locker room” (Shawn Spears, Carlie Bravo, Shawn Dean, Lee Johnson, Action Andretti and Best Friends) running out to make the save, commentary reminded us that “nobody likes Christian Cage,” and that the boys from the back had seen enough.

The segment ended with Darby Allin laid out and bloody in the middle of the ring as Christian Cage fled clutching Luchasaurus’ TNT Championship.

Earlier on AEW All Out, there was an injury teased to a top star during the first match of the night. You can click here to read more about that. 

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