Former WWE Star Calls Out AEW’s Jon Moxley For ‘Ducking’ Him

Former WWE Star Calls Out AEW’s Jon Moxley For ‘Ducking’ Him AEW

Matt Cardona has called out AEW star Jon Moxley, arguing that the International Champion is ducking him.

Cardona notably dropped the GCW World Championship to Moxley at the September 2021 GCW The Art Of War Games show, following Cardona’s title defence against Frank The Clown.

The ‘Indy God’ hasn’t competed for the GCW World Title since then, nor has he faced Jon Moxley again, who notably lost the GCW World Title in late 2022.

Speaking on the Battleground podcast, Cardona called Moxley out for ducking him, calling for GCW to book the rematch.

Hinting that this match could also take place in AEW, Cardona said:

“He’s ducking me … not only have I not had a match with Moxley in GCW, I have since gotten no rematch for my GCW Championship after losing to Moxley.

“I was screwed. I had a grueling one-on-one encounter with Frank the Clown. It took everything I had to beat Frank, one of the toughest competitors in the game.

“Just as I’m celebrating, thinking I had won, out comes Moxley, who screws me. I wasn’t ready. Even though I’m always ready, I wasn’t ready at that moment.

“I haven’t gotten a rematch against Mox or against anyone for that title … so I think GCW’s gotta book it – or AEW – either or.”

Moxley recently added more gold to his collection, defeating Orange Cassidy for the AEW International Title at All Out 2023.

He made his first defence of the gold against AR Fox on this week’s edition of Dynamite.

Stay up to date with every AEW title change of 2023 using our tracker at this link.

Transcription via Wrestling Inc

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3 weeks ago by Sanchez Taylor


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