FOLLOW US Last Updated: 10th August, 2020 12:06 IST Matt Hardy Gets Busted Open On AEW Dynamite, Claims “that Literally Could Have Killed Me” Matt Hardy was taken to the hospital after getting hit in the face by a chair by Sammy Guevara on AEW Dynamite. Matt received 13 stitches on his forehead. Also Read l AEW Dynamite: Jon Moxley pulls out of AEW Dynamite due to possible COVID-19 exposureImage Source: Matt Hardy YouTube 1 month ago AEW Dynamite results: Chris Jericho and Jake Hager score wins; Cody defeats Eddie Kingston Adil Khan 1 month ago Chris Jericho wants Roman Reigns, Cesaro and Ricochet to drop WWE commitments for AEW Written By SUBSCRIBE TO US WE RECOMMEND On the latest episode of AEW Dynamite, Sammy Guevara attacked Matt Hardy to hype up their ongoing feud. The two superstars brawled for a couple of minutes before things took a bloody turn. Sammy Guevara hit Matt Hardy with a chair which opened a huge gash on Hardy’s forehead. According to Bryan Alvarez of Wrestling Observer Radio, the wrestling legend suffered a severe injury because the Cuban-American star attacked him with the wrong chair. Instead of using the usual fold-up chair, Guevara picked up a real “bulkier” chair to attack Hardy. Alvarez reports that Matt Hardy was taken to the hospital soon after, where he received 13 stitches.Also Read l AEW Dynamite defeats arch-rivals WWE NXT in Wednesday night TV ratings warMatt Hardy injury: Sammy Guevara receives massive heat backstageAccording to multiple reports, Sammy Guevara, who recently returned from a ban, received massive heat from AEW officials and superstars backstage. Fans were also unhappy with Sammy Guevara’s actions. “This is a worry I have with AEW. We often see recklessness regarding headshots,” wrote a fan. “A bit careless for a wrestler to injure another that way though,” another commented. “Sammy Guevara should be banned AGAIN,” added a third. Also Read l AEW Dynamite Results: Omega and Page retain their title; Allin and Moxley win tooMatt Hardy injury: Matt Hardy comments on Sammy Guevara’s attackAfter getting discharged from the hospital, Matt Hardy shared a video on his YouTube channel where he was heard slamming the Guevara. Matt Hardy admitted that Guevara’s attack “could have killed” him. He said Sammy Guevara will go down in history as the man “who threw the most dangerous, reckless, vicious chairshot in wrestling history.”Matt Hardy claimed that Guevara has the potential to become a great wrestler but that’s not going to happen as he’s going to end his short career very soon. “Not just physically hurt, it’s my mission to rid you of this business because you don’t deserve to be in the same industry. You don’t deserve it,” Matt Hardy exclaimed.While reacting to the incident in his “Saturday Night Special” live stream, Chris Jericho said that he’s happy that Matt Hardy didn’t get severely injured. He said these type of incidents are common in the pro-wrestling business and believes Matt Hardy will recover soon. He added that the AEW Dynamite incident gave a major bump to the Matt Hardy vs Samy Guevara feud, which will grow more serious as time goes on.Also Read l AEW Dynamite results: Chris Jericho and Jake Hager score wins; Cody defeats Eddie Kingston 1 month ago Hulk Hogan opens up on how he and ‘Macho Man’ Randy Savage reconciled before his death 1 month ago AEW Dynamite defeats arch-rivals WWE NXT in Wednesday night TV ratings war COMMENT WATCH US LIVE 1 month ago AEW Dynamite Results: Omega and Page retain their title; Allin and Moxley win too First Published: 10th August, 2020 12:06 IST LIVE TV
1 Wayne Rooney England captain Wayne Rooney is set to miss England’s Euro 2016 qualifier against Estonia through injury.For the third day in succession the 29-year-old forward was unable to train with his international team-mates after an ankle complaint sustained in Manchester United’s defeat to Arsenal.Rooney is set to miss Friday’s clash with Estonia as a result and is a major doubt for next week’s trip to Lithuania in the Group E finale.Regardless of the injury, the striker is expected to attend the final Wembley qualifier as he wants to pick up his commemorative golden boot for breaking Sir Bobby Charlton’s scoring record.Rooney last month broke the 45-year long record with a penalty against Switzerland and will receive the boot from the 1966 World Cup winner before kick-off.Theo Walcott appears the most likely replacement up front for Roy Hodgson’s men, especially as Danny Ings is also set to miss the Estonia encounter.The Liverpool striker is in the England squad for the first time, but again sat out training at St George’s Park on Thursday with an ankle complaint.Michael Carrick is a doubt after missing the session with a knock, although Jonjo Shelvey returned to action.Andros Townsend and Kyle Walker were involved, having been drafted into the squad following the withdrawal of John Stones earlier in the week.