Dutch Mantell recently gave his thoughts on a dangerous spot during AEW Rampage Grand Slam.
AEW Rampage Grand Slam featured Sting and Darby Allin teaming up against House of Black members Brody King and Buddy Mathews in a No Disqualification Match at Arthur Ashe Stadium.
Towards the end of the match, with Sting’s hands handcuffed behind his back while seated on a steel chair, Buddy Matthews was set to dish out some punishment with the veteran’s signature baseball bat. However, the lights quickly went out in the arena and Japanese legend the Great Muta arrived to come to the aid of The Stinger.
Muta hit Matthews with his mist before the Australian star stumbled into Julia Hart on the apron. The intention was for to Hart then fall backwards through a table but she barely made contact with the table and landed heavily, hitting her head on the concrete floor below.
Wrestling veteran Dutch Mantell recently shared his thoughts regarding the worrying spot on his Twitter :
“Damn…what a bad injury waiting to happen. I don’t know if this girl got hurt but she could’ve easily had a concussion or worse. Just wait.”
The hard-hitting match also saw Sting take a potentially dangerous-looking fall when he was pushed off the top rope to the floor, crashing through one table whilst seemingly catching his head on another that was set up nearby.
Damn…what a bad injury waiting to happen. I don’t know if this girl got hurt but she could’ve easily had a concussion or worse. Just wait. https://t.co/z5IBwT2j7k
— 𝔻𝕣. 𝔻𝕦𝕥𝕔𝕙 (@DirtyDMantell) September 25, 2022
Mantell was not the only one who was concerned with what he witnessed as Jim Cornette slammed the bump that Hart took as irresponsible.