Jon Moxley appeared at All Elite Wrestling’s Double or Nothing show, and recently captured New Japan Pro Wrestling’s IWGP United States Championship from Juice Robinson in what was his first match since leaving WWE.
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However, it is now a man from Impact Wrestling who wants to match with the man formerly known as Dean Ambrose.
In a promo released to his YouTube channel, Impact star Killer Kross had the following to say in response to some of the promos that Moxley has made since his WWE departure:
“Some very fascinating information has just been brought to my attention. Apparently, there’s a lunatic here in my city. Some guy running around talking about time. Change. Paradigm shifts. Apparently he’s carving hourglasses into bar tops just like this. If you could be so kind as to deliver a message for me, if you see him, please let him know that someone is looking for him … and that he was better off staying in prison.”
The video directly references Moxley’s AEW “paradigm shift” promo, his NJPW debut hype package where he said that “time was up”, and his vignette released directly after leaving WWE where Moxley was seen escaping from prison.
This news comes after it emerged that Killer Kross is actually at a stand-off with Impact after he asked to be released from his multi-year contract with the promotion. The issues between the two parties emerged after Impact offered Kross a contract that would see him earning far below what he wanted.
There is no word on whether or not this is actually leading to a match between Killer Kross and Jon Moxley, nor which promotion would host said match. WrestleTalk.com will provide more information if and when it becomes available.