- Matt Hardy was rushed to hospital for a MRI scan after his AEW match with Sammy Guevara
- This was after a sickening fall from a scissor lift that saw Hardy fall directly on the floor
- AEW was widely criticised on how they handled the situation but the organisation's president absolved the management of any blame
- Hardy's fall came just a month after he needed 13 stitches in his face when it was bust open by Guevara who smashed him with a chair
WWE legend Matt Hardy was on Saturday night, September 5, left hospitalised after he smashed his head on a concrete in a stunt that went wrong.
Hardy was up against Sammy Guevara during the AEW All Out bout during the incident.
SunSport reports the two wrestlers were grappling above the floor on a scissor lift when Guevara speared Harry off the top.
But the duo overshot the table below them, with Hardy falling directly on the concrete as his opponent took a relatively softer blow.
The sickening fall saw the referee momentarily halt the match for a medical check on both players.
And after examination, the pair was allowed to carry on only for Hardy to be taken to hospital later for a MRI scan to check any possible injuries.
Hardy's wife, who was clearly infuriated by the referee's decision to allow the match continue took to social media to take a swipe on AEW for their handling of the situation.
On their part, AEW absolved themselves of any blame, insisting the wellbeing of wrestlers "is the most important thing."
"The health and safety of the wrestlers is always the most important thing at AEW. Matt is okay and he's going to be okay," Tony Khan, AEW president was quoted saying.
"What had happened was Matt had taken a fall in the match and I stopped the match, paused the match, and sent the doctor to check on him," he added.
Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how Brock Lesnar ended his spell with World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) after his contract ended with the biggest pro-wrestling company.
The former Universal Champion lasted stepped into the ring against Drew McIntyre as he lost his belt at WrestleMania 36 back in April.
The 43-year-old and chairman of WWE Vince McMahon failed to reach an agreement over his contract extension.
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