At the recent All Out, Jon Moxley defended his AEW World championship for the fifth time. His run has already surpassed Chris Jericho’s title run in length, but we understand that sooner or later he will still have to hand over his title to some other star. During an interview on Busted Open Radio, Jon Moxley said that he would not mind going to conquer the team division after losing his title, and even named possible team partners: “One day, maybe Brody [Lee] and I can act as a Shield-Wyatt super team or something. Maybe with someone I’ll get praise from, like a guy like PUCK, or even young guys like Joey.

Chris Jericho shared his reaction to Roman Raines ‘ hill turn

The return and Hil-turn of Roman Raines was one of the most discussed events of the last month. Chris Jericho during his traditional stream Saturday Night Special answered a question from one of the fans and told how he feels about the idea of making a Raines heal Novel. “Oh, you know, I like sickly-tern of the Novel Raines. I really like the idea of putting Paul Heyman on it. They look really cool together. I think it’s great. You know, I’ve been saying for years that Roman Raines will become an even bigger star if he’s allowed to just be himself. I think he’s going to be an even bigger star now, ” Jericho says.

AJ styles was in the original plans for the first episode of AEW Dynamite

It turns out that the first episode of AEW Dynamite was supposed to be a big meeting of former Bullet Club members. Young Bucks and Kenny omega were supposed to meet AJ Styles, Carl Anderson, and Luke Gallows, but the plans fell through at the last minute. Matt Jackson spoke about the initial plans for the first broadcast of AEW Dynamite during the Talk N ‘ Shop podcast. He, without naming AJ styles, said that he, along with Anderson and Gallows, was supposed to appear on the first episode and make a huge splash on the audience, but plans changed closer to the show. “What people don’t know is that for the first episode of Dynamite, we were going to invite not just Carl Anderson and Luke Gallows, but another person with them, who I won’t name, but this guy is also from Bullet Club, which is probably better not to mention.” Jackson also said that the interest from AEW helped AJ Styles sign a very good contract in terms of money, which was the main reason why plans for the first episode of Dynamite fell through. “When we were originally going to do the first Dynamite broadcast, we were preparing it at the Madison Square Garden arena. After the team match, the three of them were supposed to jump over the fence to join us in the ring, and we were going to have something like a big meeting of Bullet Club members. We would have done everything Too Sweet, and then the three of them would have attacked us, beating us to death, which would have led to a big story. But it obviously didn’t work. I remember the first guy in this conversation we’re talking about called us and said: “Sorry, guys, I just got a really good offer, and I would never have gotten it without interest from you, so I’ll stay here, but I want to say thank you very much.”