Bryce Remsburg Injured at All In; Out for Dynamite

Dynamite sees Cole confronting recent London event fallout.

by Atia Mukhtar
Bryce Remsburg Injured at All In; Out for Dynamite
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AEW referee Bryce Remsburg is on the injured list and will be absent from tonight's highly anticipated episode of "AEW Dynamite." The injury occurred during Sunday's electrifying AEW All-In event. Taking to his X page, Remsburg revealed, "After consultations with @DocSampson13 and his esteemed medical team, and with the full support of our referee crew, I'll be missing from the action tonight on #AEWDynamite.

I took a rough Panama Sunrise in London." Accompanying his statement was a photo showing Remsburg in a neck brace. However, fans of the iconic referee can be optimistic as he added, "I'm gearing up to be present at @StarrcastEvents this Sunday and, fingers crossed, to be medically cleared for All Out!" The incident unfolded during the thrilling main event battle for the AEW World Championship between the cunning MJF and the high-flying Adam Cole.

In a shocking turn of events, "The Salt of the Earth," MJF craftily dragged Remsburg into Cole's path, causing the referee to be on the receiving end of Cole's devastating Panama Sunset. Showing his true grit, Remsburg managed not just to recover but to complete the match, ensuring that MJF's championship reign remained intact.

Cole Addresses Wembley Controversy Tonight

While Remsburg's presence will be missed at the NOW Arena in Chicago, Illinois, tonight, Adam Cole is confirmed to attend. He's expected to address the contentious events that transpired at London's famed Wembley Stadium.

Additionally, the lineup for tonight's Dynamite is jam-packed. Orange Cassidy will defend his International Championship against the enigmatic Penta El Zero Miedo. Eddie Kingston is set to protect his NJPW Strong Openweight Championship title against the promising Wheeler Yuta.

Fans can also anticipate a face-off between Jon Moxley and the formidable Komander. TBS Champion Kris Statlander joins forces with Hikaru Shida and Dr. Britt Baker, gearing up against the trio of Nyla Rose, Marina Shafir, and Emi Sakura.

Lastly, whispers in the locker room suggest that the AEW Trios Champions, Anthony Bowens and Max Caster, have something intriguing planned for their teammate Billy Gunn. With "All Out" just around the corner, more match announcements are on the horizon.