Dax Harwood Addresses Injury Scare At ROH Death Before Dishonor

Dax Harwood Addresses Injury Scare At ROH Death Before Dishonor AEW

Dax Harwood has commented on the injury scare from his ROH Tag Team Championship match at Death Before Dishonor.

In the main event of the show, FTR defended their title against The Briscoes, picking up the victory after 43 minutes of action.

During the bout, Harwood was checked on by a ringside doctor, sparking concern that the champion had exacerbated the shoulder injury he suffered at last month’s Forbidden Door event.

During the post-show media scrum, Harwood noted that he was okay, joking that at the moment, he’s dealing with a new issue every day.

When asked how he was feeling after the match, Harwood said:

“It’s Saturday, so it depends on the day, I’m dealing with something different every day. Tonight (Jay Briscoe) gave me a Saito Suplex, that is a very very dangerous move, landed kind of high. Hurt my shoulder a while back at Forbidden Door and the doctor asked me before the match how I was feeling, told him the truth.

“He said I just want to make sure everything’s going to be okay for tonight, we did all the tests, and everything was cool but as soon as that happened he just took it upon himself to come to check to make sure the shoulder and the labrum and my neck and everything was cool. I’m okay, I’m okay on Saturday night, ask me tomorrow morning and we’ll see.”

A number of top AEW names are currently out of action due to injuries, including AEW World Champion CM Punk. Tony Khan provided an update on Punk’s recovery, which you can read about right here.

Check out a list of every injured AEW star and their expected return dates at this link.

Transcription via Wrestling Inc

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2 years ago by Sanchez Taylor


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