As we previously reported, Fenix was injured at last night's AAW show in Texas after going for a stunner during a tag match. He was taken to the hospital via ambulance shortly after being stretchered to the back, but was able to move his arms and legs.
Wrestling Inc. can also confirm that Fenix he was looked at by a medic and spent some time backstage in a neck brace before being taken to the hospital. It was described as being a scary scene initially. Some fans at the show were EMTs and jumped in to assure them he was fine because Fenix could feel all his extremities. We also were told Fenix left the hospital this morning.
According to AAW, Fenix has been released from the hospital today with a muscle contusion, not a stinger as originally believed. They added that he is "feeling good and will be back up to 100% after some rest."
UPDATE on @ReyFenixMx - He has been treated and released from the hospital with a muscle contusion. He is feeling good and will be back up to 100% after some rest.— AAW Wrestling (@AAWPro) February 9, 2019
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Pentagon Jr. and Fenix appeared at Thursday's AEW Double or Nothing Ticket Announcement Party and attacked the Young Bucks. They are scheduled to face Nick and Matt Jackson at Double Or Nothing on May 25 in Las Vegas.
It was announced last night Fenix would be teaming with Pentagon Jr. to face Rob Van Dam and Sabu in the main event for Impact Wrestling's United We Stand on April 4 at the Rahway Rec Center in Rahway, New Jersey. The brothers won the Impact World Tag Team Titles on last night's episode of Impact.