Planned AEW PPV match 'in jeopardy'

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A planned match for the upcoming AEW WrestleDream pay-per-view in Seattle is said to be ‘in jeopardy’.

On this week’s AEW Dynamite Grand Slam show, Adam Cole ran out to aid AEW World Champion MJF during his Championship main event with Samoa Joe.
During his run in, Cole twisted his ankle, and was taken to hospital after the show, with him still yet to have a diagnosis on his injury.

On this week’s Rampage tapings following Dynamite, a four-way tag team match was held to crown the number one contenders for Cole and MJF’s ROH World Tag Team Championship.
The match was won by Vincent and Dutch of the Righteous, with them set to face off against Cole and MJF at WrestleDream, but that match may now be in jeopardy.

Per Dave Meltzer in the Wrestling Observer Newsletter, nobody has heard an update on Cole’s status, with people fearing the worst.
With no update given on Cole’s status, the match at WrestleDream is said to be ‘in jeopardy’.
Cole wasn’t the only wrestler injured on Dynamite, with Jon Moxley also reportedly suffering a concussion during his match with Rey Fenix.

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