On October 20, 2022, professional wrestler Hangman Page was injured during a match with Joey Janela at the 2017 G1 Special in San Francisco.
The injury occurred when Page was attempting a moonsault from the top rope onto Janela, who was lying on a table outside the ring. Page landed awkwardly on his leg, resulting in a fracture of his tibia and fibula.
He underwent surgery the following day and is expected to make a full recovery. This injury comes as a blow to Page, who was previously scheduled to compete in the upcoming Bullet Club Civil War event.
It is unknown at this time whether he will still be able to participate in the event. We here at Wrestling Rumors wish Hangman Page a speedy recovery!
Adam Page’s Injury
On Tuesday night, during AEW Dynamite, “Hangman” Adam Page suffered an injury during his match with Chris Jericho.
It appeared that Page may have injured his left leg or knee after taking a fall to the outside of the ring. He was able to finish the match, but was visibly in pain.
After the match, Page was helped to the back by medical personnel. There is no word yet on the extent of his injury or how long he will be out of action.
How the Injury Occurred
The injury occurred when Adam was practicing his moves in the ring. He was attempting a move where he would jump off the top rope and land on his opponent. However, he misjudged the distance and landed awkwardly on his opponent, resulting in a neck injury.
The Aftermath of the Injury
After the injury, Page was taken to a local hospital where he was treated for a concussion. He was later released and is now at home recovering. Page has been advised to take some time off from wrestling to recover fully.
Page’s Recovery Process
After nearly a year of battling injuries, Adam Page is finally healthy and ready to return to in-ring action. The 27-year-old star had successful neck surgery in early 2019 to correct a bulging disc and nerve impingement that had been bothering him for months.
Since then, Page has been on the slow and steady road to recovery. He’s undergone several rounds of physical therapy and spent countless hours in the gym getting his body back into peak condition.
Now, with all the hard work behind him, Page is gearing up for his return to the ring. He’s set to compete at All Out on September 5th, where he’ll challenge Chris Jericho for the AEW World Championship.
It’s been a long journey for Page, but he’s finally healthy and ready to resume his quest for gold.
The Impact of the Injury on Page’s Career
When Hangman Adam Page suffered a neck injury in early 2020, it looked like his career might be over. Thankfully, Page has made a full recovery and is back to wrestling. However, the injury did have a major impact on his career.
Page was forced to miss several months of action due to the injury. This meant that he missed out on some major opportunities, including a chance to compete for the World Heavyweight Championship at All Out 2020.
While Page is now back to wrestling, it is clear that the injury has had a big impact on his career. He will likely never be able to achieve the same level of success that he would have if he hadn’t been injured.
It’s a shame that Hangman Adam Page has been injured and will miss out on the AEW World Championship match at Double or Nothing. We hope he has a speedy recovery and can get back in the ring soon. In the meantime, we’ll be sure to keep you updated on any further developments regarding his injury.