On the recent episode of AEW Dynamite Grand Slam 2023, Jon Moxley and Rey Fenix faced each other for the AEW International Championship. However, things didn’t turn out well for Moxley at the end of the match.
Moxley has been reportedly hurt during the match and reports claim that he might have suffered a concussion. While fans are worried about their favorite Superstar’s health, there’s one thing that occurred during Moxley’s match that fans took note of.
It seems Moxley’s match against Fenix for the AEW International title has a connection with WWE Superstar Seth Rollins. During the match, Moxley nailed the ‘Stomp’ to his opponent. Not to mention, Stomp is Rollins’ finisher. As soon as that happened, the audience started singing The Visionary’s theme song which was a classic moment.
That time when Jon Moxley hit Stomp and Fans started Singing Seth Rollins Song.
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Jon Moxley was previously a part of WWE and was known as Dean Ambrose in the Stamford-based promotion. Apart from that, he was a part of the stable ‘The Shield’, which consisted of Roman Reigns, Seth Rollins, and him. Now that it seems as though the stable is no longer active, Moxley has paid tribute to his previous stablemate during his match.
Meanwhile, the match didn’t go as planned. Despite an outstanding performance during the match, Moxley was unable to hold on to the title, which Rey Fenix won. However, none of that mattered, as concern regarding his health was the most important aspect for everyone present.
Jon Moxley’s injury update
Moxley and Fenix were tearing each other down during the match. The former had control during the majority of the match; however, toward the end, Fenix nailed two consecutive Piledrivers to take away the Championship from Moxley. It seemed that the Piledriver injured Moxley and caused a concussion.
He was then immediately attended to by medical personnel. It concerned everyone around, as AEW President Tony Khan himself rushed out to check on him. However, according to Bryan Alvarez, the finish of the match was unplanned. Also, Alvarez did report that Moxley was hurt in the match, but he also said that Jon was okay.
Moxley was hurt in the Fenix match, hence the unplanned finish, but he’s OK. Cole is on his way to the hospital.
— Bryan Alvarez (@bryanalvarez) September 21, 2023
Fans will be glad to know that their favorite superstar is alight. Now it is to be seen how long before Moxley returns in front of the AEW audience. Also, whether Seth Rollins will have anything to say regarding Moxley’s match remains to be seen.