Watch Kenny Omega's Reaction When He Finds Out About John Moxley's Injury During A Promo

AEW superstar Kenny Omega was filming a promo when he found out Jon Moxley is no longer set to be his opponent at All Out at the end of August.

The pair were building up what would have been quite the clash before Friday, when Moxley announced that he won't appear at the event due to an MRSA infection in his elbow.

Omega is now set to face another former WWE star in PAC, who went by the name of Neville before leaving Vince McMahon's promotion. And, while getting ready to respond to a promo in which Mox had threatened to break his jaw, he was told that the man formerly known as Dean Ambrose is out.

Continue scrolling to keep reading Click the button below to start this article in quick view.

Clearly stunned by the news, Kenny wanted to have words over it. The rest of the footage will be aired on Being The Elite on Monday. You could check his reaction out below:

RELATED: Jon Moxley Removed From Match Against Kenny Omega At All Out

Moxley and Kenny had been hyping things up since the former introduced himself to a shocked crowd at Double or Nothing earlier this year to assault Kenny, who paid him back after he was put through an insane match against Joey Janela at Fyter Fest.

They were poised to finally go head-to-head on an official basis at All Out on August 31, but fans will have to wait a while to see the two stars clash as Moxley will have to deal with a staph infection, having already undergone surgery last year to get rid of it.

"I'm absolutely gutted to have to deliver this news but I'd rather it come directly from me," Moxley tweeted on Friday. "In a nightmare scenario, a serious case of MRSA has returned in my elbow. The timing couldn't be worse. In this circumstance I am forced to pull out of the fight 8/31 vs Omega at All Out."

The star added that he hopes to be ready to go by the time AEW debuts on TV in October.

"I apologize to all involved, most importantly the fans," he continued. "I am incredibly frustrated and pissed off. I'll have surgery this week to remove the bursa sac in my elbow and be done with it for good. Should be a quick recovery so I will be 100% for AEW Wednesday nights on TNT."

Moxley vs. Omega would have been great to watch and that it won't be happening comes as a huge disappointment. Staph infections could be quite serious so there is also some concern over his future.

We at TheSportster would like to wish Mox a successful operation and speedy recovery.

NEXT: Ricochet Highlights Why It's The Era Of The Athlete In WWE Right Now

Roman Reigns' Attacker Storyline Was "Botched So Bad" By WWE [Rumor]

More in Wrestling