Video: AEW's Jon Moxley Owns Ex-WWE Stars Enzo Amore and Big Cass at Indy Show

Adam Wells@adamwells1985Featured ColumnistJune 16, 2019

TOKYO, JAPAN - JUNE 05: New champion Jon Moxley looks on following the IWGP US Heavy Weight Championship bout  during the Best Of The Super Jr. Final of NJPW at Ryogoku Kokugikan on June 05, 2019 in Tokyo, Japan. (Photo by Etsuo Hara/Getty Images)
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It's a good time to be Jon Moxley

Three weeks after his debut for All Elite Wrestling at Double or Nothing, Moxley made another surprise appearance, this time for Northeast Wrestling, to take out his former WWE colleagues Enzo and Big Cass:

Since departing WWE in April, the former Dean Ambrose has become the talk of the wrestling world. He attacked Chris Jericho and Kenny Omega after their main event match in Las Vegas on May 25. That was followed up by a memorable appearance on Jericho's podcast when he criticized WWE's creative process. 

In the ring, Moxley also won the IWGP United States Championship in his debut for New Japan Pro Wrestling by beating Juice Robinson at the Best of the Super Juniors Finals show on June 5. 

Next up for Moxley will be a showdown with Joey Janela at AEW's upcoming event Fyter Fest on June 29. However, all eyes are on the dream match with Omega at AEW's All Out event on Aug. 31. This is a far cry from the guy who was doing skits about getting inoculated to protect himself from germs. 

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