Samoa Joe

Samoa Joe Returns To AEW At All Out 

Samoa Joe returned to AEW tonight for the AEW All Out pay-per-view. Joe returned to AEW to aid FTR and Wardlow in their fight against Sonjay Dutt, Satnam Singh, Jay Lethal, as Well as the Motor City Machine Guns. The group attempted to attack Wardlow and FTR after they defeated Lethal, Shelley, and Sabin. After her father hit him with a right hand, Harwood’s daughter came down to the ring, broke Dutt’s pencil, and pinned him.

Joe’s most recent appearance was at the ROH Death Before Dishonor pay-per-view, in which he defeated Jay Lethal. He’s been out of ring because he’s been shooting a film the Peacock series Twisted Metal. The shoot for the series, which is based on Playstation video games, was completed last month. Joe will co-star with actor and comedian Will Arnett. Arnett will play Sweet Tooth’s voice, while Joe will play the deranged clown’s physical appearance.

Joe is currently the ROH World Television Champion for the first time. He has held the position since April 13, when he defeated then-champion NJPW star Minoru Suzuki on AEW Dynamite. Joe signed with AEW and ROH after being released from WWE on January 6. On the April 7 show of Dynamite, he made his ring debut. He qualified for the Owen Hart Foundation Tournament by winning his debut match against Max Caster.

Peacock series Twisted Metal

According to reports, the Peacock series Twisted Metal has completed filming, which resulted in Joe return to the ring. The series, based on the PlayStation video games, will feature Joe in a dual role alongside Will Arnett as the identity Sweet Tooth. Arnett will play the clown’s voice, while Joe will play the clown’s physical appearance. 

Stephanie Beatriz, Neve Campbell, Thomas Haden Church, as well as Anthony Mackie further will appear in the series. Joe’s most recent appearance was at the ROH Death Prior to Dishonor pay-per-view, in which he defeated Jay Lethal. Joe currently holds the ROH World Television Championship. He has held the position since April 13, when he defeated then-champion NJPW star Minoru Suzuki on AEW Dynamite. Joe left WWE on January 6 and signed with both AEW and ROH. 

On the April 7 episode of Dynamite, he decided to make his AEW in-ring debut. He qualified for the Owen Hart Foundation Tournament after winning his debut match against The Acclaimed’s Max Caster. Joe reached the tournament finals but lost to Adam Cole at Double Or Nothing.

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