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The AEW Dynamite showdown: Jon Moxley vs Kenny Omega

The event name, location, and date have been set for the next World Heavyweight Championship Showdown and it’s all happening in All Elite Wrestling (AEW). It’s time to put your prediction cap on and get ready to make some huge winning based on your predictions. Will Kenny Omega dethrone Jon Moxley at the AEW World Championship or would Jon Moxley retain his gold come December 2, 2020? If you are not sure about how to begin your prediction, you can use a no deposit bonus offer at the bookmaker’s site to get familiar with what it entails.

The Big Announcement from AEW Dynamite

AEW Dynamite made a big announcement about the event on the TNT program during its post-Full Gear 2020 edition. The announcement revealed that the reigning AEW World Champion, Jon Moxley, will be defending his title against the latest number one contender, Kenny Omega. It’s interesting to recall that Kenny Omega was the winner of the recently concluded World Title Eliminator Tournament and he will be meeting Jon Moxley in a showdown on December 2, 2020, to rip out his title from his hands. Will this be possible? The frenzy argument is on-going and the world is waiting to watch as the battle unfolds.

Jon Moxley vs. Kenny Omega: The Cold War Brewing

Jon Moxley has successfully retained his All Elite Wrestling World Championship up till the end of the Full Gear event on Saturday night. However, his celebratory mood was dampened when a new contender was introduced. Kenny Omega, the new number one contender will be vying for the same gold that Moxley holds dear as AEW announced that the title match will be taking place on December 2, 2020.

Suffice to mention that both wrestlers have been rivals since 2019 when Moxley attacked Omega at the Dynamite’s premiere. The attack came as payback for Kenny’s comment about Moxley missing out on the ALL Out pay-per-view event. The duo met at the Full Gear 2019 again in a wild and violent Lights Out Unsanctioned Match. Moxley won at this event, leaving Omega breathing fire.

Jon Moxley Reign on the Track

Moxley ripped the championship from Chris Jericho during the 2020 Revolution pay-per-view event. Since then, he has retained the title, making him the longest championship holder in the history of AEW. Over the short years in AEW, he has successfully defended his titles against Brodie Lee, Jake Hager, Darby Allin, Brian Cage, Lance Archer, The Butcher, and twice with Eddie Kingston.

Conclusion

Moxley and Omega have feuded once at the 2019 AEW Full Gear, an event that became one of the hottest and most brutal wrestling matches in recent years. As stated earlier, Moxley won at the event and proved that he was indeed a better hardcore wrestler with raw talent and who is always ready to push himself beyond his contemporary, Omega. The stage is set again and it’s time for Kenny Omega to get his sweet revenge. It’s time for him to prove that he’s the best and most superior wrestler between the two.

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