During AEW Revolution broadcasts on Fite TV and B/R Live, Jon Moxley managed to become the All Elite Wrestling World Champion after defeating Chris Jericho in combat.
The confrontation was the main event of the pay-per-view day and had a duration limit of 60 minutes. “The Painmaker” was aggressive from the first moments of the contest, taking his opponent to ringside where he crashed him with the steel stairs and a table, thus causing bleeding in his damaged eye. However, Moxley managed to recover and level out the champion’s attacks.
The Inner Circle members stormed several times during the match. Proud n ‘Powerful faced “Mox” several times, but the latter managed to clear them of the way. On the other hand, Jake Hager appeared to prevent his partner from giving up when Moxley applied the walls of Jericho.
Finally, Sammy Guevara also broke into hitting the challenger with the World Championship without the official seeing him. After evading a Judas effect, Moxley removed the patch to reveal that his eyes were not damaged, and applied his shift paradigm to victory via pinfall.
Thus, Jon Moxley is the new AEW World Champion. Chris Jericho thus closes the first maximum reign of the company with 182 days, which began during the pay-per-view All Out. Jericho managed to defeat “Hangman” Adam Page on that day of August 31, 2019. On the day of the date, Moxley managed to lift his first title in All Elite Wrestling since his hiring on May 25, 2019.
After rejecting Chris Jericho’s proposal and choosing not to join The Inner Circle, Jon Moxley decided to follow his path and compete for an opportunity to the All Elite Wrestling World Championship. In the Bash at the Beach special, Moxley won a victory against Sammy Guevara who gave him the pass to a fight for the starting match against PAC.
This confrontation took place on the “Rock ‘N’ Wrestling Rager at Sea” cruise. After a contending couple, Moxley managed to evade two PAC arrow networks and apply a DDT followed by his shift paradigm for victory via pinfall, thus becoming the world gold challenger in Revolution.