By Jason Powell, ProWrestling.net Editor (@prowrestlingnet)
AEW issued the following press release to announce that they have signed Jon Moxley to a full-time, multi-year contract.
Las Vegas, NV (May 25, 2019) – In a night jam-packed with intense showdowns and incredible clashes, AEW rocked the wrestling world even further with a surprise appearance by international wrestling star Jon Moxley to close out DOUBLE OR NOTHING.
AEW confirmed tonight that it has officially signed Moxley to a full-time, multi-year agreement effective immediately. Moxley, who was twice voted as Most Popular Wrestler of the Year by Pro Wrestling Illustrated, will make his in-ring debut at FYTER FEST in Daytona Beach, FL, on Saturday, June 29.
“The arrival of Jon Moxley at Double or Nothing was the perfect ending to one of the most important nights in wrestling history,” said Tony Khan, President and CEO of AEW. “There was no better way to conclude an evening of new beginnings than with the introduction of the best
free agent wrestler in the world. The chaotic scene that unfolded in the closing moments of Double or Nothing was emblematic of the unpredictability and explosiveness that Jon Moxley will bring to AEW. We’re very proud that Jon has signed a multi-year contract, and he is
officially on the All Elite Wrestling roster!”
Powell’s POV: Moxley appeared at the end of the Double Or Nothing show and received a great reaction from the live crowd. Most of us assumed he was AEW bound, but it’s nice to have clarification that he has inked a full-time, multi-year contract with AEW.
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