BRITT BAKER INJURED
All Elite Wrestling physician Michael Sampson revealed the extent of the knee injury suffered by Britt Baker on last Wednesday’s Dynamite.
During The Buy-In before AEW Double or Nothing, Sampson revealed that she suffered a partial LCL tear, an interior tibia fracture, and a small tendon tear after taking a nasty hit in a tag team match.
It was also revealed that Britt Baker will reveal how long she will be out for on the upcoming edition of AEW Dynamite. However, during the post-event virtual media scrum Tony Khan said that Baker is likely to be out for six to eight weeks.
BRIAN CAGE DEBUTS AT AEW DOUBLE OR NOTHING
Former IMPACT World Champion Brian Cage made his shocking debut at AEW Double or Nothing, winning the Casino Ladder match. Click here for the full story.
MOXLEY VS CAGE CONFIRMED FOR FYTER FEST
At the post-Double or Nothing virtual media scrum, AEW President Tony Khan announced AEW World Champion Jon Moxley will be defending his title against the Casino Ladder match winner Brian Cage at this year’s Fyter Fest.
Khan also noted that more details will be announced on Wednesday’s Dynamite.
AEW FYTER FEST ORIGINALLY TO BE HELD IN LONDON
Another interesting note from the virtual media scrum is that Tony Khan also said that Fyter Fest 2020 was originally scheduled to take place in London before plans obviously changed due to the coronavirus pandemic.
“Originally, Fyter Fest, I was going to do it in London. We can’t do it, it’s just not possible. We had the plans and I thought it was going to be our debut and now I’m telling the world ‘I’m sorry.’ I’m not sure when (we’ll debut in England) but it was gonna be Fyter Fest. We would have had this great show,”
Khan went on to say All Elite Wrestling will make it to London when it is safe to.
AEW ALL OUT SET FOR SEPTEMBER
During last night’s Double or Nothing, All Elite Wrestling announced that this year’s All Out PPV is set for Saturday, September 5th.
They didn’t announce a location for this event, but many would assume that it will be taking place in Daily’s Place in Jacksonville, Florida with the current global situation but of course, anything could change over the summer.
ALEX HAMMERSTONE SIGNS NEW MLW DEAL
Current MLW National Openweight Champion Alex Hammerstone has signed a new, multi-year deal with the promotion.
In a press release, Hammerstone said;
“I don’t want to just make money and retire. I want to create a legacy. MLW has given me that platform. Not only that, I still have a lot to do in this company. I still have a lot of goals. If you haven’t noticed someone has that World Heavyweight Championship and it ain’t me and that just don’t sit right. I have a platform here at MLW to explore everything I can to do and test myself against the best out there and that’s what it’s important to me. I want to thank everyone out there and hope you follow me on this journey.”
Hammerstone originally signed with the company in late 2018.