As covered here, Matt Hardy appeared to suffer a head injury after a scary bump off a scissors lift during his match against Sammy Guevara at All Out just last night (Sept. 5, 2020) in Jacksonville, Florida. He was allowed to finish the match after a doctor checked on him, something AEW President Tony Khan defended during the post-show media scrum.
Now, Khan has returned with an update on Hardy’s condition, saying he is out of the hospital, actually doesn’t have a concussion, and will appear on the next episode of AEW television on Dynamite this week:
An update on Matt Hardy: it’s great news! Matt’s ok, we sent him to the hospital as a precaution & he’s passed the MRI + CT scans, he doesn’t have a concussion, and he’s being driven home now. Matt will be at Dynamite on Wednesday night to thank you amazing fans for your support!— Tony Khan (@TonyKhan) September 6, 2020
Matt himself has yet to publicly comment on anything while Reby has made her Twitter profile private after criticizing how the company handled this entire situation.