Once AEW Revolution was finished, the All Elite Wrestling special event that took place yesterday from Chicago, Illinois, Jon Moxley answered the press questions. In this talk to reporters, the new AEW World Champion offered Cody a future starting match.
However, in his previous duel against Chris Jericho in AEW Full Gear – where also the AEW World Championship was at stake – Cody incorporated a stipulation into combat, and if he failed to defeat “Le Champion”, no he could again choose the most important scepter of the company, so the match against Moxley might not take place.
At the press conference after AEW Revolution, Moxley went directly to Cody, who had lost his match against MJF that same night, to tell him that he wants to face him in the future and beg him not to hide behind a stipulation (in relation to the stipulation that Cody will not be able to compete again for the AEW World Championship). The new champion ended up stating “if you want it, come get it.”
At the moment, Jon Moxley is without rivals in the coming months and Cody maintains a rivalry with MJF. The individual ranking of the company and the wrestlers who won their respective matches in the AEW Revolution could give us some idea about the next rivals that Moxley could be facing in the face of AEW Double or Nothing.