Jon Moxley's highly anticipated appearance on the debut episode of AEW Collision is now in doubt, as new developments have emerged suggesting his absence from the show. As the countdown to the premiere intensifies, additional details regarding the lineup of superstars set to grace the event are slowly being unveiled.
Scheduled to air on June 17, AEW Collision is poised to showcase some of the promotion's biggest stars. While the potential return of CM Punk has stolen the spotlight, wrestling enthusiasts have also been eagerly awaiting the revelation of other notable participants.
Unfortunately, former world champion Jon Moxley might not attend the United Center in Chicago.
AEW Stars Join Wrestling Revolver
In a surprising twist, independent promotion Wrestling Revolver recently announced the inclusion of several AEW talents in their upcoming show, titled 'Wrestling Revolver and the Ring of Destiny.'
The promotion confirmed the participation of Jon Moxley, Roderick Strong, and Konosuke Takeshita, all of whom are slated to appear at the event, coinciding with the debut episode of AEW Collision. Taking to their Twitter account, Wrestling Revolver shared a promotional poster for 'Wrestling Revolver and the Ring of Destiny,' which explicitly revealed the event's date as June 17 and prominently featured the former AEW World Champion, Jon Moxley.
During the post-Double or Nothing media scrum, MJF, despite not headlining the event, showed no signs of disappointment. When asked about his thoughts on the Four Pillars four-way match not closing out the show, the outspoken superstar expressed his satisfaction, as long as it meant avoiding a clash with Moxley in the Anarchy in the Arena match.
MJF made it abundantly clear that he had no desire to engage in a blood-soaked encounter with Moxley, deeming it "disgusting." "No, no," MJF retorted emphatically. "Why would I want to roll around in Jon Moxley's blood? I'm perfectly content without that, okay? No thanks!
[...] I'd rather not swim in a sea of bloody mid-carders. Let's be real here, folks; that's just gross." As fans eagerly anticipate the debut episode of AEW Collision, the revelation that Jon Moxley may not be part of the show has raised questions and left wrestling enthusiasts speculating about the reasons behind his absence.
With the debut episode just weeks away, AEW fans must wait for further updates to see if Moxley's name is added to the lineup.
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