David Finlay fought through the pain and is set to go see a doctor soon.
New Japan Pro Wrestling and Ring Of Honor star David Finlay is fresh off of ROH and NJPW's 'Honor Rising' shows that took place on February 22nd and 23rd. In the main event of the yesterday's show, Finlay teamed up with his 'LifeBlood' stable-mate Juice Robinson and failed to defeat The Briscoes for the ROH World Tag Team Championships. Finlay did announce hours after the show that he dislocated his shoulder during the match but his shoulder was put back into place. He noted on social media that when he returns home, he will get his shoulder looked at by a doctor and is hoping that the damage is nothing too serious. While providing an update on how he's doing, Finlay also gave an update on the current IWGP U.S. Heavyweight Champion Juice Robinson.
Thanks to everyone for all the positive vibes! I did dislocated my shoulder last night but it’s back in now. I’ll see a doctor when I’m home to see what the damage is but hopefully it’s nothing too serious.— David Finlay (@THEdavidfinlay) February 24, 2019
Thanks again to everyone.
See you in the mountains!
Juice wants you guys to know he’s fine. pic.twitter.com/LzJMUIBsJq— David Finlay (@THEdavidfinlay) February 24, 2019
After The Briscoes defeated Finlay and Juice, they issued a challenge to the newly-crowned IWGP Tag Team Champions Tama Tonga and Tanga Loa. The Guerrillas Of Destiny accepted The Briscoes' challenge and the match was made official that at NJPW and ROH's G1 Supercard show on April 6th, Guerrillas Of Destiny will put their IWGP Tag Titles on the line and The Briscoes, if they can make it through 17th Anniversary, will put their ROH World Tag Titles on the line in a titles versus titles match.