The scheduled match between Brian Cage and Komander on this week’s AEW Collision did not take place, and here’s why:
AEW President Tony Khan confirmed that, due to an injury, the bout had to be removed from the show at the last minute. He assured fans that the match would be rescheduled for a later date and time, expressing his gratitude to those who watched AEW Collision on TNT.
In response, Brian Cage took to his official Twitter page to apologize for the match’s cancellation. He expressed his disappointment and humorously mentioned his intention to throw Komander over Lake Michigan, hoping for a nearby lake for a redo. Cage also thanked Tony Khan for the opportunity and looked forward to future matches, concluding with the hashtag #GMSi.
You can see Tony Khan’s confirmation of the match cancellation and Brian Cage’s response in the embedded Twitter posts below:
Sorry, everyone. Was looking fwd to throwing komander over lake Michigan, so hopefully, there's a lake nearby on the redue. Thanks for the match, Tony. Looking fwd to this and more to come. #GMSi https://t.co/TwKJkIWfAa
— Brian Cage (@briancagegmsi) October 15, 2023