Jon Moxley is making a lot of noise in the pro wrestling word after his departure from WWE. The former Dean Ambrose jumped the barricade at AEW Double Or Nothing and created a moment few will ever forget and although Tony Khan did confirm that Mox will be exclusively an AEW star domestically he will be working international dates.
The IWC broke loose after Moxley appeared at Double Or Nothing and then just two days later he announced that he will be working for NJPW as well.
Tony Khan stated in a media scrum following Double Or Nothing that Moxley will be allowed to work internationally and it looks like New Japan is going to be his home away from home.
New Japan has now confirmed that Moxley will be appearing at the Best Of The Super Juniors event on June 5 in Ryogoku Sumo Hall.
It appears that Moxley was the mystery man stalking Juice Robinson recently. At this time Robinson has not commented on this big reveal.
Jon Moxley is not the only AEW star who is going to work with New Japan at the same time. Chris Jericho is likely to have a few more matches there as well. However, Kenny Omega was recently removed from NJPW’s roster page likely meaning an end to his time with New Japan Pro Wrestling for now as he remains an Executive Vice President for All Elite Wrestling.