SPOILERS: AEW Rampage Match Stopped Due To Injury - Tag Team Star Hurt?

Worrying news from the Rampage tapings recorded after last night's AEW Dynamite.

Top Flight FTR

Spoilers incoming for the November 25th edition of AEW Rampage, and some not-good-news to boot.

Dante Martin appeared to have sustained an injury during Top Flight's Ring Of Honor Tag Team Title match against current Champions FTR. The below tweet (and others afterwards) confirmed an injury sustained mid-match for the Top Flight man;

The news spells potential disaster for Top Flight, having only just reunited after yet another injury recovery from Darius Martin. They wrestled just nine AEW matches together in 2022 and eight in 2021 due to his lengthy breaks, and could now be facing yet more time separated if Dante's news is particularly bleak.

Danted debuted in AEW alongside brother Darius in late-2020, working various Dark matches before a Dynamite clash with The Young Bucks in November of that year drew not insignificant critical acclaim. Since then, he's harnessed praise for his singles work against Kenny Omega and others during his brother's injury down time. Top Flight's return in a choice trios match against Death Triangle on last week's Dynamite seemed to signal an imminent return to the top end of the tag division, but this has now been plunged into doubt.


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