Jon Moxley

AEW Star Jon Moxley Is Officially Announced For Bloodsport 9

AEW star Jon Moxley will attend Bloodsport 9, according to an announcement made on Sunday afternoon by Josh Barnett through Twitter. It is unknown who his rival is. “An episode of Bloodsport wouldn’t be the same without one of its pillars.”

Back at Josh Barnett’s with Jon Moxley: Bloodsport 9 Livestream it at @FiteTV ” Barnett Moxley announced that this would be the fifth Bloodsport in a tweet. He won his first match in the Game Changer Wrestling tournament in 2020 by defeating Chris Dickinson. At Bloodsport 8 the year before, he defeated Biff Busick.

He has only ever lost once in a Bloodsport match; at Bloodsport 6, Josh Barnett defeated him. On the first episode of “AEW Dynamite,” which aired on February 1, Moxley made a surprise return to the ring and defeated “Hangman” Adam Page. Prior to that, he had lost to Page on the January 11 episode of “Dynamite,” which was his penultimate AEW contest. According to reports, Kota Ibushi, a former NJPW star, will compete against “Speedball” Mike Bailey at the sold-out event.

Other Wrestlers For Bloodsport 9

It will be his first match since dislocating his shoulder in October 2021, when he lost to current IWGP World Heavyweight Champion Kazuchika Okada at the G1 Climax 31 tournament finals. For Bloodsport 9, wrestlers Timothy Thatcher, John Morrison, and Erik Hammer have also been revealed.

In an unexpected turn of events, Moxley easily defeated Punk, who emerged to reinjure himself during brief battle. So, with Punk seemly out of the running for the title, who would Moxley compete against for the gold at All Out 2022? Eventually, we have a response: CM Punk. Moxley delivered a scathing promo against Punk on the August 31 episode of AEW Dynamite.

He also left an open agreement in the ring, which Ace Steel accepted before retiring. Later in the telecast, Punk entered the ring to apologise to his hometown Chicago. Steel responded by joining him between the ropes and encouraging the audience to remind Punk what he is. Steel and the fans’ motivation fired up Punk, spurring him to take to the stage and sign the agreement while taunting Moxley.


Sheena Bhandari is a Pro Wrestling Editor and enthusiast, working here at Clout News.