The main event of the TBS premiere episode of AEW Dynamite saw Lucha Brothers (Rey Fenix and Penta El Zero Miedo) defend the AEW World Tag Team Titles against Jurassic Express’ Luchasaurus and Jungle Boy and Jurassic Express ended up defeating the Lucha Brothers to become the brand-new AEW World Tag Team Champions.
A spot took place during the match where Fenix was put through a table on the outside by Luchasaurus, with Fenix landing pretty bad and it looked like his arm even twisted and came out of its socket upon landing. Fenix then grabbed his left arm and it looked like he was calling for assistance, but it was revealed that his injury wasn’t as bad as it initially looked.
Eddie Kingston, on the other hand, reportedly suffered an undisclosed injury during AEW’s most recent set of tapings at Universal Studios in Orlando, Florida, which was revealed by AEW CEO Tony Khan, via PWInsider.com. Eddie Kingston has recently been involved in a storyline with the Inner Circle’s Chris Jericho, Santana and Ortiz, which continued this past Wednesday on Dynamite even without him.
Dave Meltzer revealed on a recent edition of the Wrestling Observer Radio Program that Rey Fenix will most likely make his return sometime in mid-February as that is when he hopes his return will happen, which is not as bad as it was originally believed to be, meanwhile Eddie Kingston will most likely be missing three weeks of in-ring action as that is what he is hoping as well. There’s no word yet on if these are when Fenix and Kingston will really be making their returns, but updates will be given once it has been made available.