Danhausen Suffered Torn Pectoral Injury
Danhausen recently announced on Twitter that he suffered a torn pectoral injury at AEW’s Revolution 2023 event earlier this month in San Francisco, California.
Danhausen stated that he suffered the injury during the AEW World Tag Team Championship Four-way match at the event, which featured Danhausen & Orange Cassidy, The Acclaimed, Jeff Jarret & Jay Lethal, and champions The Gunns.
Hello, Danhausen tore his pec at AEW Revolution.— Danhausen (@DanhausenAD) March 16, 2023
~When Armageddons been locked and loaded, Danhausen will come back for you~ pic.twitter.com/76i2d5IC1e
It is currently not known how long Danhausen will be out of action for AEW.
Taya Valkyrie Comments on Her AEW Debut at This Past Wednesday’s Dynamite Show
As noted before, Taya Valkyrie made her official debut for AEW at this past Wednesday’s AEW Dynamite show in Winnipeg, Canada. Following her appearance, AEW announced that she had recently signed an official contract with the company.
Following her debut appearance, AEW held a digital exclusive backstage interview with Valkyrie. One of the topics discussed included Valkyrie’s thoughts on her official debut and current plans for her AEW career.
.@thetayavalkyrie is #AllElite! @LexyNair catches up with La Wera Loca to find out what she has planned for her future in #AEW!#AEWDynamite pic.twitter.com/5gvqFnft5U— All Elite Wrestling (@AEW) March 16, 2023
Sarah Stock Comments on Her Recent AEW Hiring for Backstage Producer & Coach Job
Following this past Wednesday’s AEW Dynamite show in Winnipeg, Canada, AEW CEO Tony Khan announced to the live crowd that AEW recently hired former WWE backstage producer and coach Sarah Stock to similar positions in the company.
Stock recently reflected on Twitter about her recent signing with AEW and getting to make her official debut in her hometown of Winnipeg.
No better way to start things off as the newest member of the @aew coaching team than in my hometown of Winnipeg! pic.twitter.com/wZHM7HCNkT— Sarah Stock (@SSDarkAngel) March 16, 2023
AEW Reportedly Fined Saraya Over Usage of Unapproved Profanity
This past Wednesday’s AEW Dynamite show in Winnipeg also featured a promo segment by The Outcasts. During her portion of the promo, Saraya called the crowd a bunch of “twats,” which is a British vulgar slang word for a stupid or obnoxious person or to describe female genitalia.
Saraya recently stated on Twitter that she was issued a fine by AEW officials for her usage of a vulgar word on live television.
I indeed got fined for saying Twat on live TV @AEW #Outcasts— SARAYA (@Saraya) March 16, 2023
Fightful select reported that their sources confirmed that Saraya was given a fine but the official reason was due to her not clearing the vulgar word ahead of time for her promo. Besides the vulgar profanity, Saraya reportedly was also fined for flipping off the crowd during her segment.
It was reported that Saraya’s fine went towards AEW Together projects and she had apologized for her actions privately backstage. It was also reported that AEW had sent an internal email stating that the reason for Saraya’s fine was due to her not informing the producer of the segment ahead of time to get clearance for her actions. Talent reportedly have been discouraged by AEW officials from flipping off and body shamming people in the audience for their segments on shows.