NJPW Issues Statement on Mercedes Mone's Injury

NJPW Issues Statement on Mercedes Mone’s Injury

Mercedes Moné was hurt during the main event of NJPW Resurgence in Long Beach over the weekend, New Japan Pro-Wrestling confirmed in a brief statement released today. Moné’s right ankle was hurt, and NJPW acknowledged this. They also wished her a speedy recovery.

Moné underwent a thorough appraisal of her injury immediately after her match and began treatment.

New Japan Pro-Wrestling joins fans in wishing Moné a full and fast recovery.

After winning the preliminary round against Stephanie Vaquer, Moné faced Willow Nightingale in the championship match of a competition to crown the first NJPW Strong Women’s Champion. To pin Moné and win the game, Nightingale had to defeat Momo Kohgo.

Although she avoided discussing the specifics of the injury, Moné was said to have broken her ankle the night of the show. Later that evening, in a social media post, the wrestler herself referred to missing some time while recuperating.

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For now, the setback makes Moné’s future in wrestling a little more uncertain. She has thus far worked solely for NJPW and sister promotion Stardom in 2023, but she reportedly only decided to extend her contract through Resurgence. The former Sasha Banks might not make an appearance again for some months.

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