Jon Moxley Says IMPACT Paid For The Dud Explosive From AEW Revolution

Jon Moxley says when Kenny Omega received the dud explosive in the mail it must have read, “ACME.”

This past Sunday at AEW Revolution, Kenny Omega had the intention of leaving Jon Moxley in an exploding ring and it was up to Eddie Kingston, a former rival of Jon Moxley, to try and save Jon Moxley from the major explosion.

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Luckily, the explosion turned out to be a bit of a dud, and Kingston and Moxley weren't severely harmed in a massive explosion. Be that as it may, the former friends turned rivals are now back on good terms because of this moment.

Speaking on tonight's episode of AEW Dynamite, Eddie Kingston explained that the feeling of anxiety he had when covering Jon Moxley, saying it was similar to the feeling he had when he was arrested and being told that he was going to end up in Rikers Island, hence the blackout.

Kingston further went on to say that life isn't a video game and if Kenny Omega thinks he's the Joker, what happened on Sunday wasn't funny. Jon Moxley would throw salt in the wounds by saying that the bomb must have been paid for by IMPACT Wrestling. Of course, Kenny Omega is close with Don Callis, an EVP of IMPACT.

Tony Khan would actually reference the recent explosion on his latest paid ad during IMPACT. Learn more about that at this link.

As it turns out, Kenny Omega was not laughing at the end of the event. Fightful was able to confirm that Kenny Omega was very upset with the way Revolution went off the air.

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