Ambrose shocked the wrestling world when he crossed over to the newly-formed rival promotion at Double or Nothing as his old hardcore gimmick and attacked Chris Jericho as well as Kenny Omega.
Moxley’s deal with the Khan family-owned promotion allows him to pursuit ventures outside of the company as he has also wrestled two matches at New Japan Pro Wrestling where he defeated Shota Umino at NJPW Dominion as well as Juice Robinson to become the new IWGP US Champion.
The Lunatic Fringe then won another fight against fellow AEW star Darby Allin at Northeast Wrestling’s Brass City Brawl event.
The ex-WWE Champion is now scheduled to compete in his first ever AEW match at Fyter Fest on June 29 against Joey Janela.
The last month or so, the last few weeks especially, have been really great just being a professional wrestler again
The former Shield star will then take on Omega at All Out on August 31 at the Sears Centre Arena in Hoffman Estates, Illinois.
Moxley is very rejuvenated with his new life after leaving WWE last April and feels like an 18-year-old kid that could wrestle to 100.
The former Intercontinental Champion understands that everything could still go downhill but is very confident as he still has a long fan following that has been loyal to him even before he joined Vince McMahon’s main roster in 2012.
Moxley told TMZ: “The last month or so, the last few weeks especially, have been really great just being a professional wrestler again.
“Just got back from Japan, two successful shows over there for New Japan Pro Wrestling.
“I feel like I’m 18 again right now.
“I’m just chomping at the bit to get in the ring.
“I’m like a little kid again.
“It could just all be downhill.
“It could be a sharp decline, but I’m just so excited about the future.
“I could wrestle until I’m 100.
“Stem cell research, you never know.
“I have a lot of fans around the world that have stuck with me through thick and thin.
“And now they are AEW fans.
“They might be WWE fans too.
“That’s cool. There’s enough room for everybody.”
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