Serious injury for Santana

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Serious injury for Santana
Serious injury for Santana (Provided by Wrestling World)

Last night the All Elite Wrestling staged another special episode of Dynamite or Blood & Guts, where in the main event it put the Blood & Guts Match starring two teams: Chris Jericho, Sammy Guevara, Matt Menard, Angelo Parker, Daniel Garcia & Jake Hager vs.

AEW Interim World Champion Jon Moxley, Claudio Castagnoli, Wheeler Yuta, Santana, Ortiz & Eddie Kingston. According to various newspapers, Santana was injured during the dispute. Wrestling Inc. writes: “The Proud & Powerful star seems to get hurt after hitting Daniel Garcia of the Jericho Appreciation Society as he threw him with a Uranage, before landing awkwardly on both the wrist and knee.

His leg fell immediately after the maneuver, and he remained on the ground for the remainder of the match. According to arena fans, Santana rolled out of the ring, lying between the cage and ropes, while communicating with the referees in the ring area.

Santana never got back into action and didn't even participate in the post-match celebrations. Minutes before the brutal match ended, Santana was seen being helped up the ramp and being led backstage for a medical evaluation."

Injury for Santana

Poor Santana joins a seemingly immense list of AEW injuries: AEW World Champion CM Punk (foot injury), Bryan Danielson (concussion), Kenny Omega (multiple injuries), Jungle Boy (not known), Kyle O'Reilly (not known), Red Velvet (not known), Anthony Bowens (knee), Darius Martin (car sign), Leyla Hirsch (knee), TNT Champion Scorpio Sky (knee), The Bunny ( not known), Buddy Matthews (in the shoulder), Dax Harwood (in the shoulder), Skye Blue (not known), Bobby Fish, and Lee Johnson (in the knee).

Scorpio Sky, however, should return to Rampage, while a few days ago we wrote some updates on other wrestlers, while Matt Hardy had denied the knee injury. Mark Henry, on the Busted Open show, explained why Vince McMahon's company didn't sign Jade Cargill before she eventually joined Tony Khan's company.

The Hall of Famer stated that due to some "financial considerations," WWE chose not to sign Cargill. "I made that offer to them [WWE] but they didn't want to relinquish enough control. You know, there were financial considerations and all of that stuff that is personal information.

But, I also knew people over there in AEW and I was on 'Team Jade' so I was like, 'Listen, I've got somebody for y'all if y'all want her, this is what's necessary' - and boom, they picked her up," said Henry.