That could be a lot worse. There are all kinds of injuries that can take place at any given point in wrestling and you never know when someone is going to get injured. Occasionally a spot will take place in a match that looks incredibly scary but winds up being far less horrible that it seems. Thankfully that was the case again this weekend, as things were not as bad as they seemed.
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On Friday during AEW Rampage, Roderick Strong defeated Action Andretti in a singles match. During the match, Strong was dropped on his head while taking a Spanish Fly. The match was briefly stopped as the doctor checked on Strong, though he was able to get up and continue the match. According to Bryan Alvarez of F4WOnline.com, Strong is said to be ok, though Alvarez said he wasn’t sure how. Strong also sent out a tweet, saying “can’t keep me down”. There is nothing to suggest that Strong will miss time from the ring.
Strong is on a roll as of late. Check out what he has been doing in recent week (the botch is included in the first match at around 1:07):