Jon Moxley debuted at AEW Double Or Nothing 2019 and wasted no time in making a huge impact on the company. Four years since his debut, Moxley has been on a roll in the world of professional wrestling. Moxley swears like a sailor and that’s never changing. That said, it appears AEW censored Moxley’s hoodie that had a profane design.

Jon Moxley competed in the AEW x NJPW Forbidden Door event as part of The Blackpool Combat Club vs The Elite match. As is tradition, the members wore their signature black hoodies.

The ‘Death Jitsu’ hoodie simply embodies the “technical wrestling in violent ways” mentality of Blackpool Combat Club. In case you didn’t notice, the hoodie also features the motto “zero f****”, which truly represents the faction.

However, as pointed out by a fan on Twitter, AEW ended up censoring Jon Moxley’s hoodie during the Forbidden Door event, while it was completely unchanged during the Dynamite broadcast last week.


It is certainly bizarre that AEW didn’t censor the hoodie on Dynamite but ended up editing it out at the pay-per-view. Regardless, we’ll have to wait and see what AEW has planned for Moxley and the rest of the Blackpool Combat Club, as their feud with The Elite is far from over.

What’s your view on this bizarre censorship? Do you think such censorship was needed at the pay-per-view? Let us know in the comments!

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Subhojeet Mukherjee

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