Britt Baker Injured.
Here is some injury news from AEW, as Britt Baker was pulled from Double or Nothing, and now we have details on how severe her injury is.
During the event, Dr. Sampson revealed that Baker fractured her tibia and tore her right-knee LCL, but gave no timeline on when she’ll be back.
Instead, Baker will appear on Wednesday’s Dynamite episode to talk about her injuries, so hopefully, fans will be able to find out more then.
AEW Double Or Nothing Pay Per View Highlights.
AEW successfully organized their Big PPV Double or Nothing in this CoronaVirus Pendmic time, as the show had a stacked card and a stacked crowd.
With the likes of Vickie Gerrero and Dan Lambert in the crowd, the show kicked off with the Best Friends defeating Private Party, followed by Former Impact star Brian Cage making his AEW debut to win the Casino Ladder Match.
Up next, MJF defeated Jungle Boy, whilst Cody Rhodes made history, defeating Lance Archer to become the very first AEW TNT Champion.
Though there was an awkward part of the match when AEW inexplicably cut to Mike Tyson yawning, the Boxing legend more than made up for it, as he confronted Jake Roberts to stop the Hall of Famer interfering to help Archer.
In a match that was supposed to feature Britt Baker, Kris Stadtlander defeated Penelope Ford, whilst Dustin Rhodes proved he’s not retired with a win over Shawn Spears.
In the second women’s division match of the night, Hikaru Shida defeated Nyla Rose to become the new AEW Women’s Champion, whilst Jon Moxley retained his AEW World title in a bloody brawl with the exalted one Brodie Lee.
And in the main event, the Elite and Matt Hardy defeated the Inner Circle in the Stadium Stampede, bringing an end to yet another exciting, unpredictable night of AEW content.