Jon Moxley 'Okay' Following Concussion At AEW Grand Slam

Jon Moxley is reportedly 'okay' following his concussion

A positive update on Jon Moxley has emerged following AEW Dynamite Grand Slam. 

The three-time AEW World Champion sustained a minor concussion on Wednesday, September 20 during his International Title match with Rey Fenix. Moxley sustained the injury before he even climbed into the ring, hitting his head on the floor following a dive from Fenix.

Reports have indicated that Moxley initially felt okay to continue but he called an audible for Fenix to win the AEW International Championship as his condition worsened. This initially resulted in a botched finish after Rick Knox did not count the three following a Fire Thunder Driver from Fenix. Knox made the count following a second finisher from Fenix and some expletives from Moxley

In an update on Moxley's condition, Dave Meltzer reported on Wrestling Observer Radio that Moxley is "okay." 

"Moxley is okay. I don't know when he's going to come back. He's got to pass protocols. He's not feeling any weirdness or anything like that. There's nothing of grave concern. It's just a question of when he can pass and, you know, whatever," Meltzer said.

There is no set timetable for returning from a concussion.

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