Tony Khan Pulled AEW Star From Dynamite

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The Undisputed Kingdom made their mark on the 14th of February edition of Dynamite and one AEW star has still not recovered.

The Valentine’s Day edition of AEW Dynamite saw no love lost between Orange Cassidy and Matt Taven as they competed in a brutal and bloody Texas Death match. Cassidy picked up the win but may have lost the war as he and Trent Beretta were both taken out by The Undisputed Kingdom in a vicious assault.

Taking to social media, Tony Khan confirmed that Trent Beretta had been pulled from Dynamite in Tulsa, OK by AEW doctors thanks to the attack by The Undisputed Kingdom from the previous week:

After the attack last Wednesday during the Texas Death Match, as @trentylocks took steel chairs from the Kingdom + the knee to the head from @roderickstrong, Trent has been pulled by @AEW docs from #AEWDynamite and sent home to rest. @OrangeCassidy is being evaluated by docs now

AEW Dynamite Match Last-Minute Call By Tony Khan

Khan followed up by noting that Cassidy was cleared and he defeated Taven’s partner Mike Bennett in a bout for the AEW International Championship. Although Tony Khan noted that neither Bennett nor Cassidy knew about the match until shortly before the show:

2 total pros @orangecassidyvs@RealMikeBennett+ legitimately they had no idea they were doing a 1-on-1 match tonight on @TBSNetworkon #AEWDynamite until the doctors made the call today and had to send Trent home hours before the show. Thank you KrisZ + all watching AEW now!

Orange Cassidy will defend his AEW International Championship against Roderick Strong at Revolution as The Undisputed Kingdom looks to add the next piece to their puzzle of total domination in the company.

Another member of The UK had something to say on Dynamite as Wardlow took aim at CM Punk with some scathing comments on the show.