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Jon Moxley announced for return match outside of AEW

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AEW star Jon Moxley will be making his return to pro wrestling for NJPW. This was confirmed by the company on their English language website, saying that Moxley will team with Eddie Kingston at the ECW Arena in Philidelphia.

The site noted: “The iconic home of hardcore that is the 2300 Arena gets a fitting main event this week as Minoru Suzuki and Lance Archer take on Eddie Kingston and Jon Moxley.

“It was early in the autumn when Suzuki arrived in the USA, and started his American sojourn by resuming a feud with Jon Moxley. Reconnecting with AEW’s Lance Archer in the process, the two took on Mox and Kingston in New York, only for the sudden appearance of NY native Homicide to lead to a Suzuki-Gun defeat.

“Demanding a rematch on NJPW turf, now the four are set to collide in a violent war with no disqualifications or countouts, and where the referee’s only job is to render a decision by pinfall, submission or knock out.”

This will be Moxley’s first match since he entered rehabilitation for substance issues.

Jon Moxley returns to pro wrestling

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