UPDATED 5:15 PM ET
“Hangman” Adam Page took to Twitter late Wednesday afternoon to provide his own medical update, which is below:
Our original story from earlier is below.
According to an update on Wednesday from F4WOnline, “Hangman” Adam Page is said to be “feeling alright” after the concussion had suffered during the AEW World Title Match against Jon Moxley on the special Tuesday episode of Dynamite.
The report also notes that Page “is very appreciative of how everyone handled the situation.”
During the closing of the match, Page took a flip bump from a lariat by Moxley and landed on his face. Page laid on the mat motionless Referee Paul Turner immediately checked on him and then called for AEW’s medical staff and declared Moxley the winner.
The cameras then cut to close ups of Moxley. A shaken commentary team tried to figure out what to do. Exaclibur ran down the lineup for this Friday’s live Rampage and next week’s Dynamite. After Page was taken out of the ring on a stretcher, AEW cut back to the ring as Moxley sent best wishes to Page before closing the show with Angle of MJF coming to the ring and challenging Moxley for the AEW World Title at Full Gear.
Later in the evening AEW took to Twitter and released a statement saying Page suffered a concussion. They also noted that Page was discharged from a local trauma center will remain in AEW’s concussion protocol.