After his departure from WWE last month, Dean Ambrose exited the wrestling world. However, just a month later, Jon Moxley is back and is now officially a member of the All Elite Wrestling roster.
Jon Moxley is Officially All Elite
Last night, the first All Elite Wrestling pay-per-view Double or Nothing took place. In what was a successful night, the show closed with a groundbreaking surprise. Following Kenny Omega’s bout with Chris Jericho, Jon Moxley arrived through the crowd, stormed the ring and took out Y2J.
A huge statement to end the show, as the former WWE superstar made his mark. Moxley is set to make his AEW in-ring debut at Fyter Fest on June 29th. It will be interesting to see who he faces as the roster boasts a wide potential of opponents.
Since leaving WWE, Moxley’s return to the independent scene has been anticipated. However, unsure of where his future was, his arrival to AEW will be welcome. After spending a six years away from the indy scene, it is now time for Moxley to wreak havoc once again.
Until Fyter Fest, speculation of his first opponent will be rife. Despite attacking Jericho, it does not appear as if the two will face. This is because Y2J defeated Omega to become number one contender for the AEW World Heavyweight Championship.
So who does Moxley face? well the first name that might be on the radar is Jimmy Havoc. The prospect of a match within the realms of No DQ could be a prospect to look forward to.
For now, we must sit and wait for June 29th. The success of Double or Nothing has left a positive reaction on the industry.Jon Moxley has signed for #AEWClick To TweetAs far as first impressions go, it’s safe to say we are indeed impressed.
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