Adam Thornstowe Injured
Posted: Apr 20th 2017 By: Charley Hemingway - ImpactWrestling.com
While the tag team scene heats up at IMPACT Wrestling, it is with much disappointment this afternoon that we inform our fans that one half of the new fan favorite tag team Reno Scum, Adam Thornstowe, is temporarily out of action with a torn bicep muscle. Thornstowe sustained the injury during in-ring action and underwent surgery recently near his home in Reno, Nevada. Understandably distraught by his current situation, feeling as though he let his fans and his partner, Luster the Legend down, Thornstowe is committed, using this setback as fuel to recovering fully, as quickly as possible, and bring the high energy and enthusiasm that is Reno Scum back to the IMPACT Zone and back to Tag Team Title contention.
See the video of Adam Thornstowe’s surgery and get a first look at comments both pre and post-surgery on this Friday’s episode of With This Ring.
The entire IMPACT Wresling family sends their best wishes for a speedy recovery to Thornstowe and looks forward to seeing him in action in the six-sided ring again soon. Oi!
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