Jon Moxley Shows Picture of Bruised Tailbone Injury After AEW Double or Nothing

Paul KasabianSenior ContributorMay 31, 2020

OSAKA, JAPAN - FEBRUARY 09: Jon Moxley reacts during the New Japan Pro-Wrestling 'The New Beginning in Osaka' at Osaka-Jo Hall on February 09, 2020 in Osaka, Japan. (Photo by Etsuo Hara/Getty Images)
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AEW champion Jon Moxley revealed on Twitter that he suffered a bruised tailbone and offered proof of that injury Saturday:

WWE broadcaster and WWE Backstage host Renee Young, who is married to Moxley, said she would get some items ready:

Moxley recently defeated Brodie Lee at Double or Nothing on Sunday to retain the AEW title.

Moxley has suffered numerous injuries during his AEW tenure, which began in 2019.

The champ showcased a nasty cut above his right eye in February, and he was also forced to pull out of his All Out match with Kenny Omega last August because of an MRSA infection in his elbow.

As for the tailbone inury, it's unclear as to when it was suffered, with Andrew Ravens of SEScoops writing the following:

"Moxley made his latest title defense as the AEW World Heavyweight Champion against Brodie Lee at the AEW Double or Nothing pay-per-view event last weekend. This was a hard-hitting affair with a brawling style.

"He also worked the AEW Dynamite TV tapings earlier this week in Jacksonville, Florida at Daily's Place. Thus, he could have suffered the injury at the TV tapings or PPV event."

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Moxley will be facing Brian Cage at the Fyter Fest in his next title defense, per Ravens, but there is no date for that event yet.

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