Bad news for the reigning United Wrestling Network Tag Team Champions. Adam Thornstowe was injured this weekend.
“I want you to all hear it from me as I’ve started making the rounds telling people, and sometimes it gets out and stories get twisted. Last night in Mexico at our debut for The Crash I tore my other bicep catching Fenix on a dive.
I’m kind of a mess mentally about it, as I’m not sure if it’s a full or partial tear. I’ll know more this week. Being in a tag team this doesn’t just effect me but it effects Luster as well. We have a lot of cool things coming up on our plate we haven’t announced and that may have to go by the wayside.
Not really sure where I’m at with wrestling now, and just gonna have to wait for MRI and what’s to follow. Thank you all for your continued support over all these years.”
While Reno Scum was part of the Impact Roster, Thornstowe had previously injured his other bicep. His injury took 90 days to heal. Without a return to Impact, Reno Scum started to work with All Pro Wrestling in Northern California and for Championship Wrestling from Hollywood. Where Thornstowe with Legend won the tag team titles for each respected companies. Reno Scum have the distinction of being the first United Wrestling Network Tag Team Champions to defend out of the United States. Thornstowe said he’s scheduled for surgery on Thursday.
Everyone at Alliance-Wrestling.com wish Adam a speedy recovery and hopefully a return to the ring.