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Update On Fenix’s Leg Injury

It was previously reported that this past Saturday night’s Big Time Wrestling Event from McCoy Stadium in Pawtucket, Rhode Island saw The Lucha Brothers (Pentagon Jr. and Fenix) face the duo of Juventud Guerrera and Teddy Hart in a Tag Team Match.

The match then saw Juventud Guerrera and Teddy Hart pick up the win in quick fashion after Fenix suffered an unfortunate leg injury. Fenix suffered the unfortunate leg injury during the match after he superkicked Teddy Hart, picked up Juventud Guerrera, then collapsed on the mat. As he was grabbing his leg, he called for help, then was taken to the back.

Fenix reportedly did not break his leg, but he was walking in a rather weakly manner in the back. It was also mentioned that Fenix hopes that his injury is just a sprain and that he will still be able to compete at AEW’s All Out PPV Event against The Young Bucks in a Ladder Match.

An update was recently provided by Big Time Wrestling saying that Fenix was back in action at their event in Enfield, Connecticut this past Sunday night, which means that Fenix will be good to go and is cleared to compete at AEW’s All Out PPV Event when he and his brother Pentagon Jr. team up and take on The Young Bucks (Matt Jackson and Nick Jackson) in a Ladder Match.

You can check out Big Time Wrestling’s full statement below:

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