Apparently the Ladder Match advertised for next Saturday night’s AEW All Out 2019 pay-per-view is good to go.
After a scare earlier this weekend during a Big Time Wrestling match that had some fearing he suffered a broken leg, Rey Fenix appears to be physically able and ready to go for the All Elite Wrestling show in Illinois next weekend.
Fenix of The Lucha Bros appeared to suffer a bad leg injury during a tag-team match that saw The Lucha Bros take on Juventud Guerrera and Teddy Hart at a Big Time Wrestling independent event on Friday evening.
One-half of the AAA Tag-Team Champions, Fenix, took to his official Twitter page on Sunday afternoon to update his fans on his condition as we enter AEW All Out week.
“Remember [there] is no pain that can fight with the power of the mind,” wrote Fenix in a tweet that included a photo of him sitting up against a wall with his injured right leg extended towards the camera. “A FENIX NEVER DIE[S]!” the tweet concluded, before repeating the message in Spanish.
AEW All Out 2019 goes down from the Sears Centre Arena in Hoffman Estates, Illinois on Saturday, August 31st. The show will air live via pay-per-view and will stream live via the Bleacher Report (B/R) Live.
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Remember is no pain that can fight with the power of the mind.
A FENIX NEVER DIE.
Recuerda no hay dolor que pueda con el poder de la mente.
EL FENIX NUNCA MUERE
Photo: @rudosphoto #Animo #MexaKing #LuchaBrothers #LuchaLibre #ProWrestling pic.twitter.com/VhVGLqnIji
— REY FENIX👑MexaKing (@ReyFenixMx) August 25, 2019
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