Adam Cole Possibly Injured At AEW Dynamite Grand Slam

AEW held another big show in Arthur Ashe Stadium for Dynamite Grand Slam, but it was also a rough night at the office for a couple AEW stars. While everyone is talking about Jon Moxley’s possible concussion, Adam Cole may have been injured too.

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Ringside News was contacted by a fan who was at AEW Dynamite Grand Slam who said that Adam Cole is possibly injured. We were told that when Adam Cole went to run in to root MJF on while he was in the sleeper, “Cole seemed to have hurt his foot/ankle and was seen limping around the ring after.”

Bryan Alvarez later noted on X that Adam Cole is on his way to the hospital. He did not note exactly why Cole is taking that trip to the medical facility.



Moxley was hurt in the Fenix match, hence the unplanned finish, but he’s OK. Cole is on his way to the hospital.

Of course, Jon Moxley’s possible concussion worried lot of fans. Hopefully, Adam Cole isn’t injured too badly, because he is another name that AEW certainly doesn’t want to lose.

Adam Cole was not involved in a match at AEW Dynamite Grand Slam. He was around for the main event, where he was involved in the finish. It seems that everything went according to plan in that finish, but apparently, Cole might have been hurt in the process.

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September 20, 2023 11:46 pm

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