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Injury Update On NXT Superstar Amari Miller

Amari Miller in action

A new report has offered an update on the incident which saw Amari Miller stretchered out of a recent episode of NXT 2.0.

On the March 1st episode of NXT 2.0 Amari Miller squared off against Lash Legend. During the match, which ended in defeat for the star, she suffered a particularly heavy landing which resulted in her leaving the arena on a stretcher.

At the time, the extent of Miller’s injury was unknown, although fans captured footage of her being attended to by medics.

Posting on social media in the hours after the show, Miller thanked fans for their well-wishes. While responding to one particular fan, the NXT star revealed that she suffered a concussion. It has now been reported that Miller also lost feeling in her arms and legs after taking Lash Legend’s finisher.

Speaking on Wrestling Observer Radio, Dave Meltzer said that Miler had been taken to hospital for tests, but as of yet the true extent of her injuries was unknown.

“She had a stinger, she probably had a stinger too… What happened was she lost feeling in her arms and her legs, they stretchered her out, took her to the hospital, and they were doing a bunch of tests. For sure she has a concussion, and maybe a stinger.”

The March 1st episode of NXT 2.0 opened with the huge tag team match between The Dirty Dogs and Tommaso Ciampa and Bron Breakker. Eventually it was the NXT star who grabbed the win, after Ciampa hit Ziggler with the Fairy Tale Ending.

Later in the show, with Ziggler and Ciampa arguing over who should get at a shot at Bron Breakker’s NXT Title, Breakker said that he would beat the pair of them in a Triple Threat match on March 8th.

Elsewhere, Gunther defeated Solo Sikoa, while Harland easily dispatched Draco Anthony. The show also saw the teams of Raquel Gonzalez and Cora Jade, and Dakota Kai and Wendy Choo advance in the Dusty Rhodes Tag Team Classic.

In the main event, Carmelo Hayes successfully defended his NXT North American Championship against Pete Dunne.

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