It’s always a risk. You never know when you are going to see an injury in wrestling. Someone can get hurt at any point during a match and it can cause repercussions which can lead to a variety of problems. Unfortunately there is little way around them, and now we have seen at least one injury, with perhaps a second one taking place earlier in the same night.

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At least one injury took place at AEW WrestleDream and a second one is possible. First up, Rey Fenix left his four way tag team match after being banged up. His injury status is currently not clear, though he is scheduled to defend his AEW International Title against Nick Jackson this week on Dynamite. Second, Aussie Open’s Mark Davis has sent out a tweet suggesting that he has broken his wrist. Davis was seen favoring his wrist during Aussie Open’s match against FTR. There is no word on how long he might be out of action.

It was a busy night. Check out the teams and Fenix in action:

Opinion: Those are terrible things to hear and hopefully neither of them are as serious as they seem. Fenix has a big match coming up later this week and it would be terrible to see his match changed or postponed as a result. At the same time, Davis being put out of action would be awful as well, as he has already missed quite a bit of time from the ring due to an injury this year.

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