Danhausen Suffers Torn Pectoral Muscle – Danhausen revealed in a new post on Twitter that he tore his pectoral muscle at the recent Revolution pay-per-view and will be sidelined for some time.
He did not specify how long he will be out of commission, but for context, Cody Rhodes needed 6 months to recover due to the extent of his tear.
Danhausen teamed with Orange Cassidy to take on AEW Tag Team Champions The Gunns, Jeff Jarrett & Jay Lethal and The Acclaimed at the pay-per-view earlier this month.
That night, he tweeted the following, indicating he sustained the injury on the 3:10 to Yuma spot that ended the match:
He broke his tibia and fibula in an October 2021 indie match that required him to get surgery and have a rod put into his leg. In January 2022, he made a surprise appearance on AEW Dynamite during a lights out match between Adam Cole and Orange Cassidy. Later that night, it was announced that he signed a contract despite still recovering from his injury.
He made his in-ring debut for the company in a short match in May 2022 against Tony Nese and has wrestled nearly exclusively for AEW since then.
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Danhausen Suffers Torn Pectoral Muscle