In the world of All Elite Wrestling (AEW), there’s an urgent update buzzing around concerning the well-known heavy-hitter Jon Moxley. It becomes even more alarming due to Moxley’s recent health scare caused during the AEW Dynamite Grand Slam on September 20th.
The unwelcome development was a concussion that Moxley experienced, not during the main clash with Rey Fenix, as initially presumed, but during the pre-match brawl. This incident forced an unplanned shift when Moxley was scheduled to retain the International Championship. Instead, the match ended with Rey Fenix snatching the victory, thanks to Moxley’s unfortunate condition.
Wrestling community insiders and followers have been anxious about the severity of Moxley’s concussion and its potential long-term impacts. However, much-awaited updates have started trickling in. Dave Meltzer, a renowned wrestling correspondent, extended a glimmer of hope to Moxley’s fans on Wrestling Observer Radio saying, “Moxley’s okay – I don’t know when he’s going to come back, he’s got to pass protocols, but he’s not feeling any weirdness or anything like that. There’s nothing of grave concern.”
While these words may relieve Moxley enthusiasts, they have left the AEW’s future bout planning shrouded in confusion. The hasty title transfer from Moxley to Fenix could cause some ripples in the storyline around the International Championship.
Adding a twist to this tale is Rey Fenix, the freshly crowned International Champion. Undeterred by the recent confrontations, he’s gearing up for a shot at a different title at the upcoming WrestleDream pay-per-view event on October 1. Fenix, along with his brother Penta El Zero Miedo, will face competitors The Gunns, The Young Bucks, and the team of HOOK and Orange Cassidy for the AEW World Tag Team Championship.
In the crests and troughs of pro-wrestling, the industry sends its best wishes to Moxley for a prompt recovery from this setback. Looking at the bright side, Moxley’s unexpected break might inject fresh energy and uncertainty into the forthcoming contests, only making them more thrilling.
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