Jon Moxley Injury Status Update
As noted before, Jon Moxley is dealing with a “serious case of MRSA” in his elbow and has been pulled from AEW’s All Out event on August 31st in Chicago, Illinois.
Moxley is currently expected to be out of action for at least four weeks and should be ready to wrestle when AEW debuts on TNT on October 2.
Starrcast announced that if Moxley is unable to travel to their Starrcast III convention later this week, they will issue refunds for those who purchased tickets for his meet-and-greet fan event and will also try to find a replacement for his scheduled panel.
Like you, today we learned that Jon Moxley is unable to wrestle due to injury, but that’s all at this point. If he is unable to travel for #Starrcast, we will issue refunds for his Meet & Greet and attempt to replace his panel on stage.
Updates forthcoming when available.
— #StarrcastIII (@StarrcastEvents) August 24, 2019
In regards to Moxley’s scheduled appearance for Game Changer Wrestling’s Josh Barnett’s Bloodsport II event on September 14th in Atlantic City, New Jersey, both Moxley and Barnett revealed on Twitter that their match against each other will no longer happen.
@JoshLBarnett We're gonna get this one back. I didn't set myself on fire for nothing
— Jon Moxley (@JonMoxley) August 23, 2019
Get healthy and heal up well…I want you at your best. https://t.co/KQelhh2NC2
— 𝕿𝖍𝖊 𝖂𝖆𝖗𝖒𝖆𝖘𝖙𝖊𝖗 (@JoshLBarnett) August 24, 2019
Dragon Gate Reportedly Comfortable with PAC Working for AEW
As noted before, All Elite Wrestling announced that PAC will be facing off against Kenny Omega at All Out as Jon Moxley’s replacement.
Dragon Gate officials reportedly have no issues with PAC working for AEW, according to the Wrestling Observer. Dave Meltzer reported that PAC is currently expected to return to Dragon Gate some time after next weekend’s All Out event.
NJPW Super J-Cup 2019 Tournament Night 2 Results & Night 3 Card
NJPW Super J-Cup 2019 tournament Quarter-finals quick match results:
- Super J-Cup 2019 Quarter-finals match – Caristico defeated Soberano Jr. via pinfall (8:19)
- Super J-Cup 2019 Quarter-finals match – El Phantasmo defeated TJP via pinfall (8:30)
- Super J-Cup 2019 Quarter-finals match – Dragon Lee defeated Ryusuke Taguchi via pinfall (11:37)
- Super J-Cup 2019 Quarter-finals match – Will Ospreay defeated SHO via pinfall (30:32)
Here is the partial card for NJPW Super J-Cup 2019 tournament Night 3, which takes place this Sunday at the Walter Pyramid in Long Beach, California. Night 3 starts at 5:00PM PST but will not air live on New Japan World and instead will be available on the service’s VOD section at a later date.
- Super J-Cup 2019 Semi-finals match – Caristico vs. Dragon Lee
- Super J-Cup 2019 Semi-finals match – Will Ospreay vs. El Phantasmo
- Super J-Cup 2019 Finals match – Winner of Caristico/Dragon Lee vs. Winner of Will Ospreay/El Phantasmo