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Tony Khan is pulled out of the way after suffering multiple head and neck injuries in AEW

Tony Khan is pulled out of the way after suffering multiple head and neck injuries in AEW

This week's episode of Dynamite concluded with a hot angle as Jack Perry, The Young Bucks, and Kazuchika Okada worked together to take down boss Tony Khan, culminating with Meltzer Driver striking Khan in the neck:

Khan appeared at the NFL Draft the next night wearing a neck brace, but AEW did not provide an official update on his health until tonight's (April 27) episode of Collision in Jacksonville.

Tony Schiavone announced that Khan had “multiple head and neck injuries” and doctors had advised him not to travel while he recovered. As a result, he will be working remotely from Jacksonville when AEW returns to Canada next week.

If it turns out Khan wasn't backstage at AEW TV in Canada, I think this would be the first time he'll miss an AEW show.

Commentator Nigel McGuinness pointed out that if things got out of hand without Khan on site, responsibility for running the show would likely fall to the two vice presidents, Matthew and Nicholas Jackson, who injured Khan in the first place.

Kenny Omega just so happens to be returning to AEW next week, so it's a fitting scenario for the best version of The Elite to do something terrible to him when he returns home to Winnipeg.

Follow the collision results here.

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