WrestleCon along with Prime Time Appearances announced through their social networks that Jon Moxley will be invited on Saturday, April 4 in Tampa, Florida. This is the first time that Moxley will participate in this event and the possibility of a showdown with AEW World Champion Chris Jericho is not ruled out.
Moxley has become one of the main stars in AEW, currently being the number one challenger to the AEW champion. He will face Chris Jericho on February 29 in the PPV Revolution.
— WrestleCon (@wrestlecon) January 28, 2020
The annual WrestleCon Mark Hitchcock Memorial Supershow event has several confirmed superstars for the show, including Shingo Takagi, Will Ospreay, Bandit, Alex Zayne, Blake Christian, Jordan Oliver and recently confirmed Brodie Lee (known under the name of Luke Harper) that will be his First appearance announced after being released by WWE.
Van Hammer was removed from WrestlerCon
Former WCW wrestler Van Hammer was removed from WrestleCon since Sunday, January 26, he was arrested for speed driving, being under the influence of alcohol and running over a five-year-old boy, fleeing the scene of the accident.
According to Palm Beach Post, the child is hospitalized as a traumatized patient, with possible internal injuries. He is in stable conditions and it is ruled out that some of his injuries are fatal. As for Hammer, he was charged with several charges and must pay a bail of $125,000.
WrestleCon clarified they did not invite Hammer, but he was being invited through a vendor. Still, they confirmed that it will no longer be part of the event in Tampa.