We now have a new date for Jon Moxley versus Kenny Omega. November 9, 2019, at AEW Full Gear.
Following the news that Jon Moxley will no longer be fighting Kenny Omega at All Out this weekend, it has also been revealed that the former WWE star won't be at Starrcast III either.
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.
Jon Moxley and Kenny Omega were set to square off in an extremely hyped up bout at the Aug. 31 All Out event, but the dream match will have to wait another day.
Jon Moxley was able to gain a sneaky win over Pentagon Jr. at Northeast Wrestling’s Prison Break event by pulling off his mask.
It's been almost four months since Dean Ambrose wrestled his last match in WWE at The Shield's Final Chapter, and let's just say the company hasn't fully moved on from him yet.
Ever since he joined AEW, Jon Moxley has opened up about the frustrations and problems in WWE that led to his departure.
As WWE prepares to go to war with the rival AEW promotion, Seth Rollins is doing everything he can to keep things afloat in the locker room.
Jon Moxley is still taking shots at WWE following his departure from the company earlier this year.
Jon Moxley debuted for AEW at the Double or Nothing event on May 25, and he wound up signing a multi-year deal with the new promotion after turning down a new offer from WWE.
Jon Moxley believes the hiring of Paul Heyman and Eric Bischoff can be a good thing for WWE if Vince McMahon allows it to be.
Jon Moxley is enjoying freedom unknown to him for the past nine years. The new AEW and NJPW star walked away from Vince McMahon's company after one last dance with his Shield brothers in late April an...
Jon Moxley might have signed a three-year contract with AEW, but that doesn't mean he is going to stay there for the next three years.
Roman Reigns doesn't think his working relationship with Jon Moxley will be the same following the superstar's departure from WWE earlier this year.
Jon Moxley and Joey Janela brought everything fans might have expected from their match. They added tacks, barbed wire, and tables. Then, to close the show, Kenny Omega got a little payback.
Seth Rollins has defended Vince McMahon following Jon Moxley's criticism of the chairman, his company and its creative department.