The O.C. is feuding with Judgment Day for a long time. Although, both teams are seemingly finished with their rivalry on WWE television their storyline still continues at WWE live events.
Last night, WWE held a live event in Hershey, Pennsylvania, where AJ Styles and his teammates competed in a Six-Person Tag Team match against Judgement Day. However, the match didn’t go according to plan.
During the match, Finn Balor threw AJ Styles over the top rope and Styles landed awkwardly on the floor. After the spot, Styles was limping and unable to perform moves properly.
In the closing moment of the match, Karl Anderson managed to put a roll-up pin on Finn Balor for the win. After the match, the medical team quickly checked AJ Styles. However, Styles was unable to walk to the backstage area on his own. Therefore, his teammates and referee helped him.
You can watch that footage below.
PWInsider has reported that AJ Styles has suffered a legitimate injury. The injury was believed to be an ankle injury.
“For those of you who have asked, the AJ Styles injury earlier tonight was 100% legitimate and not part of some sort of storyline work for the live event in Hershey, PA.
We are told it was “likely” an ankle injury and Styles will be getting it checked out ASAP. Until he gets that done, there’s no way of knowing if and/or how long he will be out of action.”
We will update you when we receive more details. Stay tuned with The Spotlight.