Moxley and Jericho recalled for tonight’s post-All Out Dynamite

Jon Moxley and Chris Jericho, who were not originally planned to be part of tonight’s post-All Out Dynamite, were brought into town as many top stars have been suspended due to Sunday’s backstage brawl.

Moxley lost the AEW World title to CM Punk on Sunday and Jericho defeated Bryan Danielson in his match on the show. The returning MJF will also be at the KeyBank Center in Buffalo, New York, with a live mic!

The new AEW Trios World champions Kenny Omega and The Young Bucks have been suspended from the company for their involvement. All three of them are AEW Executive Vice Presidents and are supposed to set an example for the rest, but instead, the three of them barged in Punk’s locker room for a confrontation.

AEW’s chief legal officer Megha Parekh reportedly was present for the majority of the brawl and is one of the “neutrals” who witnessed the drama on Sunday.

CM Punk is not expected to be part of the broadcast tonight at time of this writing as the axe still has to drop on him. Punk is facing the possibility of getting fired for his role in the brawl and for throwing repeated punches at Matt Jackson.

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