Bad news for fans of Phoenix. As reported by PWInsider and Wrestling Central portals, the fighter has been injured in his last match in the World Wrestling Council (CMLL) and will be lost what remains of 2018 due to a groin injury, as it has informed Dave Meltzer on the Wrestling Observer Radio.
Fénix was injured last Friday in a new Friday show at CMLL at the Mexico Arena. The flying fighter faced the Caveman Bárbaro in the final of the Legend of Silver tournament, in a 2 out 3 falls match, in which he lost. Phoenix would have been injured during this action.
Fénix will miss all that remains of the year to be ready for 2019. This year that is ending has been one of the best for the 27-year-old wrestler. He has settled in the United States with his brother, Pentagon Jr., and is triumphing in promotions such as MLW (where he is tag team champion) and Impact Wrestling. He has also been fighting for the two Mexican promotions: AAA and CMLL.
At the moment, it has not been published when it must be stopped, but the plans they had for him could be postponed or canceled due to his injury. However, it is expected that by the beginning of January he will be ready to return to action and maybe at the Impact, Homecoming event.
— luchablog (@luchablog) November 24, 2018