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What Took Place After Last Night’s Dynamite Concluded

AEW World Champion Jon Moxley has defended his AEW World Title against the absolute best in the pro wrestling business, which includes Eddie Kingston. Their match took place about one month ago, with Moxley successfully defending his title via referee stoppage when Kingston passed out to a bulldog choke.

During the main event of last night’s episode of AEW Dynamite, Moxley would defend his AEW World Title against Lance Archer in a No DQ Match, with Eddie Kingston along with Pentagon Jr. and Rey Fenix at the commentary booth. Moxley would come out of the match with a hard-fought victory via pinfall.

After the match, Lance Archer continued his attack on Moxley out of frustration, but Kingston sent his guys to help Moxley out and force Archer to the back.

Kingston initially praised Moxley for being the person responsible to carry AEW for the past year, but would eventually attack Moxley and make him pass out to the rear-naked choke. Dynamite would end with Eddie screaming at Moxley that things weren’t over and he never lost against him.

Following Dynamite’s conclusion, Eddie Kingston continued to take shots at Moxley and call him out, saying that Jon sold out and told everyone that the inmates were going to run the asylum when he signed with the WWE.

Kingston also told the AEW World Champ that he met his beautiful wife and left his friends behind and that while he was making millions, Kingston only had pro wrestling, which was screwed by Moxley over and over.

Eddie Kingston then told Moxley that he is going to make Moxley quit pro wrestling as well as quit for the AEW World Championship. Kingston also told Moxley that he is gonna pay for leaving him behind.

You can check out what took place in the videos below:


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