Daga Reportedly Suffered Leg Injury at NWA vs. AAA Event
Lucha Libre AAA talent Daga reportedly suffered a left leg injury at AAA and National Wrestling Alliance’s co-promoted NWA vs. AAA: World Is A Vampire event on Saturday in Mexico City, Mexico, according to TV Azteca.
It was reported that Daga suffered the injury during his match against Tyrus for the NWA Worlds Heavyweight Championship at the event.
“After his match in The World is A Vampire, Daga left injured and is currently in review in Mexico City.
The problem was on his left leg at the height of his knee.”
Luego de su lucha en #TheWorldIsAVampire, Daga salió lesionado y se encuentra en revisión en la CDMX.— Lucha Azteca AAA (@LuchaAztecaAAA) March 5, 2023
El problema es un su pierna izquierda a la altura de la rodilla.#LuchaAztecaAAA pic.twitter.com/VBz8Hb5XwO
Mas Lucha reported that Daga recently regained some movement in his leg and the current hope is that the results from his medical diagnosis will not be severe.
“In his match against Tyrus this past Saturday, he did not finish the match due to a leg injury, waiting for evaluation
There’s movement on his leg & the hope is that the diagnosis is not severe.”
ACTUALIZACIÓN MÉDICA DE @Daga_wrestler— Más Lucha (@mas_lucha) March 5, 2023
Este sábado en la lucha que tuvo contra Tyrus, no pudo terminarla, debido a una lesión en la pierna, a la espera de una valoración.
Hay movimiento en su pierna, por lo que se espera que no sea grave el diagnóstico. pic.twitter.com/09vShIbg1K
EJ Nduka Reportedly Offered Contracts from Multiple Major Promotions
EJ Nduka’s contract with Major League Wrestling expired this past January. Besides MLW, WWE and AEW have also shown interest in signing Nduka to a contract with AEW offering a contract following his appearance on an AEW Dark show this past February.
Fightful Select reported that their sources confirmed reports that Nduka was given a contract offer by AEW but he has yet to sign due to him evaluating his options first, which included some recent contact with WWE. It was reported that prior to his firing, James Kimball was a key person who had been reaching out to potential prospects for deals with WWE.
It was also reported that Nduka also currently has heavy interest from several notable promotions in both Mexico and Japan. One Mexican promotion reportedly has already made a contract offer to Nduka.
WOW TV Ratings – Feb. 12, 2023
WOW: Women of Wrestling reportedly drew 302,000 viewers for their February 12th episode on syndication, down from the prior week’s 323,000 viewers. This was the lowest viewership for a WOW TV show since the December 18, 2022 episode.
It drew a 0.05 18-49 rating, same as the prior week’s rating.