Rey Fenix Confirms He Did Not Suffer Any Broken Bones On 1/5/22 AEW Dynamite

Rey Fenix comments on his injury from AEW Dynamite on 1/5/22.

Rey Fenix was injured during the tag team championship match on AEW Dynamite’s TBS debut show on January 5. The injury came when he took a chokeslam from the apron through a table and he suffered a dislocation in his arm.

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Now, he has commented on his injury on social media thanking the audience for thought I'm confirming that he does not have any broken bones.

“I want to thank each and every one of you for so much love, for your prayers, good vibes, for your messages. Thank you very much for being concerned about me. I feel very blessed to have all of you. Fans, colleagues (Wrestlers) my friends and my family, Thank you very much.

I love this sport so much that it has changed my life and mine, that when I am in the ring or put on my mask, everything goes away. There are no fears, there are no problems, my heart beats perfectly, everything is fine, I feel alive.

What happened last night is one of the many risks that we wrestlers take before getting into a ring and doing what we love so much. There is no fault, it is wrestling and these are the risks.

Today I can tell you that I feel better and that thank God, your prayers and good vibes THERE ARE NO BROKEN BONES. You still have to visit the doctor a couple more times and do some studies, to have an exact diagnosis.

Thank you very much once again to all and congratulations to the champions, enjoy and defend those titles, because very soon I am back and those championships belong to the LUCHA BROTHERS. I respect!

Thank you all, I love you”

The episode of Dynamite pulled in over 1 million viewers on TBS. Learn more here.

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