Jon Moxley debuts at AEW’s Double or Nothing and attacks Jericho and Omega

 
 

Jon Moxley, the artist formerly known as Dean Ambrose in WWE, made his AEW debut at Double or Nothing, becoming the first big WWE name who was under contract to appear on AEW.

Moxley showed up after Jericho beat Omega in the main event and was cutting a promo in the ring. All of a sudden, the crowd went crazy as Moxley entered the arena in a familiar way – through the stands.

The former WWE champion attacked Jericho and hit him with the Dirty Deeds. He then also hit his finishing move on the referee before turning his attention to Kenny Omega.

Moxley and Omega brawled through the crowd and eventually on the stage where Moxley hit his third Dirty Deeds of the night on Omega on the giant poker chips which formed part of the stage. He then threw Omega off the stage to end the night with fans chanting “Moxley! Moxley!”

The former member of The Shield became a free agent on May 1 after he decided not to renew his WWE deal.