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Report – Hangman Page Taken To Local Hospital Following AEW Dynamite

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As seen during the main event of Wednesday night’s episode of AEW Dynamite, Hangman Page suffered an injury during his AEW World Championship match with Jon Moxley. The match was cut short about ten minutes before the show was scheduled to go off the air, after AEW’s medical staff came into the ring and waved it off. This resulted in the announcers stalling to kill time as Page was stretchered out of the arena.

According to a report from Pwinsider, Page was legitimately hurt and was checked out backstage. He was then taken to a local hospital.

The word making the rounds is that Page suffered a serious concussion, but that is not 100% confirmed. Additional information won’t be known until doctors examine him further at a local hospital in Cincinnati, OH.

It should be noted that following the AEW Dynamite TV tapings, Jon Moxley once again took the microphone and asked everyone to say a prayer for Hangman Page. Mox went on to say that he hoped Page would be okay, saying it’s a dangerous business and accidents can and do happen.

ORIGINAL: In the main event of this week’s episode of AEW Dynamite, Jon Moxley successfully defended his AEW World Championship against Hangman Page.

The match wound up being stopped due to an injury to Page. While there is no word on how serious the injury is, it didn’t look good and the bout was immediately halted with around ten minutes left in the show. AEW’s medical staff and paramedics put Page onto a stretcher as the ring crew had to remove the bottom rope so they could get him out of the ring. As this was happening, the announcers were stalling and Page wasn’t being shown on-camera. Moxley eventually got on the microphone and stalled once again, wishing Page well.

MJF then came out and revealed that he’ll be cashing in his chip to face Moxley for the AEW World Title at Full Gear. MJF did this because he noted that he wanted to face Moxley when he was fully healthy, not at 50 percent.

While we are still awaiting details on Page’s status, most of what happened after the injury appeared to have been booked on the fly.

You can check out some highlights from the segment below:

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