Report: Rey Fenix Injured During AEW: Dynamite, Update On Alex Reynolds

A couple of scary moments on Wednesday night...

On Wednesday's edition of Dynamite, Rey Fenix and Penta El Zero M opened the broadcast with the first match of the AEW World Title Eliminator Tournament. Fenix ultimately got the win over his brother, but the former AAA Mega Champion was injured after he hit Penta with a Twisting Headscissors and landed on his neck. Aubrey Edwards immediately checked on him and The Lucha Brother recovered after a few minutes and finished the match.

Dave Meltzer reported on Wrestling Observer Radio that he had been told Fenix suffered a neck injury and "was sore." The status of his semi-finals match with Kenny Omega is currently unclear as the bout was scheduled to be taped last night.

Meltzer said: "I heard it was a neck injury... I don't have word on Fenix. I was hoping we would get it by now. Other than he was sore is what I had heard. So I don't know what the status is as far as next week's match with Omega."

There was then a scary moment in the main event as Alex Reynolds was knocked out during Private Party's Splash-Leg Drop combination when Isiah Kassidy's leg landed across his head. The Dark Order member immediately went limp but everyone in the match except The Blade was oblivious to anything being wrong until a few minutes later. Reynolds eventually did receive medical attention and left the ringside area under his own power.

Bryan Alvarez noted on Wrestling Observer Radio that Reynolds "was feeling great afterwards." If the former Beaver Boy suffered a concussion is currently unknown. 


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