Jim Ross Comments On Adam Page’s Concussion On AEW Dynamite
Jim Ross has spoken out about the concussion that Adam “Hangman” Page suffered on this past Wednesday’s AEW Dynamite.
WWE Hall of Famer and current AEW commentator Jim Ross recently addressed the fallout after the concussion of Adam “Hangman” Page. On October 18, 2022’s edition of AEW Dynamite, Page got a concussion during his match with Jon Moxley with the AEW World Championship up for grabs. During the bout, Moxley would deliver a lariat to Page, however, he would have an awkward landing on his head, getting injured in the process. He was sent to a hospital in Cincinnati and later discharged.
Jim Ross took to his “Grilling JR” podcast to discuss the matter, stating that Page was in good care and his feeling on his recovery at home is on the positive side of things.
“So, they took him to the hospital via ambulance, and he got thoroughly evaluated in good hands. Doctors were ready and it was all cool. Then he got released because they couldn’t do anything for him. He’s in that concussion protocol, and I’m not really sure what concussion protocol means.
I think it has different meanings for different teams maybe. I’m not sure, but I’m glad that he’s been released. That allowed him to go home, allowed him to get treatment, medical care, people that he’s familiar with; he could be home everyday for a while and it’s probably not gonna hurt him.”