Tetsuya Endo suffers concussion at CyberFight Festival

The reigning KO-D Openweight Champion Tetsuya Endo suffered a concussion at CyberFight Festival

Tetsuya Endo is going to be sidelined for the foreseeable future.

The final tag match at CyberFight Festival resulted in referee stoppage. KO-D Openweight Champion Tetsuya Endo suffered a concussion during the bout. He teamed with Jun Akiyama and Kazusada Higuchi to take on Katsuhiko Nakajima, Atsushi Kotoge and Yoshiki Inamura.

During a strike exchange between Nakajima and Endo, Nakajima hit Endo with a slap that sent him to the mat. The official for the match determined that Endo was unable to continue. DDT provided an update and confirmed that he suffered a concussion but does not need to be hospitalized.

Tetsuya Endo, who was stopped by the referee at today’s CyberFight Festival 2022 Saitama Super Arena event, has been diagnosed with a concussion at the hospital, and the doctor has determined that he does not need to be hospitalized. We apologize for any concern this may cause to fans.

Tetsuya Endo is expected to be sidelined for the time being, but further details will be announced as they become available. We thank you for your understanding.

Endo took to Twitter and added the following:

I suffered a concussion during today’s match. I am feeling fine now. I am sorry for causing you concern. I will write about today’s match once I’ve settled down.

As more details concerning the status of Tetsuya Endo become available, we’ll update you here on POST Wrestling.

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