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BIG AEW Star Reportedly INJURED at All In Event

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The wrestling world was left in shock after the recent AEW All In London event at Wembley Stadium. With a massive turnout of over 80,000 fans, the atmosphere was electric.

Every wrestler on the card gave their best, aiming to leave a lasting impression. However, not all news from the event was positive.

Brody King, a prominent figure in the AEW roster, reportedly suffered a significant injury during the event. The wrestler, known for his intense in-ring style and charisma unfortunately didn’t leave London unharmed.

Sources, including PWInsider and Bryan Alvarez, have confirmed that King sustained a broken hand during his match at Wembley Stadium. The injury occurred when King’s hand made contact with the guardrail.

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AEW All In 2023: The Match That Led to the Injury

King wasn’t alone in the ring that fateful night. He teamed up with Buddy Matthews and Malakai Black, defending their AEW Trios Championship.

Their opponents were none other than Max Caster, Anthony Bowens, and ‘Daddy Ass’ Billy Gunn. Despite their valiant efforts, The House of Black, which King is a part of, lost their title to The Acclaimed.

However, in a show of sportsmanship, they acknowledged the new champions with respect.

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Looking Ahead

The aftermath of the All In London event has left fans and wrestlers alike reflecting on the night’s events. Brody King’s injury is undoubtedly a setback for him and his fans.

However, the wrestling community is known for its resilience and support. As King begins his road to recovery, many will be watching and waiting for his return to the AEW ring.

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