Jon Moxley Receiving Title Match At AEW All Out PPV

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Jon Moxley is receiving a championship match at the AEW All Out PPV even though he was on a losing team at All In London.

One of the craziest matches at AEW All In London at Wembley Stadium on Sunday was the 5-on-5 Stadium Stampede tag team match.

The winning team in the Stadium Stampede match was the Best Friends (Orange Cassidy, Chuck Taylor, Trent Beretta along with Penta El Zero Miedo & Eddie Kingston defeating the Blackpool Combat Club’s Jon Moxley, Claudio Castagnoli & Wheeler Yuta along with Santana & Ortiz. After all kinds of weapons were used with guys fighting all around the building, Orange Cassidy got the win with an Orange Punch on Claudio while Orange had broken glass on his hand.

At the AEW All In London press conference, Orange Cassidy talked about the big win while also pointing out that he was frustrated about not defending the International Title at the show.

“I think it’s gotta be … not only getting the pinfall in that match, but the people that were in that match. We’re talking about Claudio Castagnoli, he’s one of the best professional wrestlers of all-time, he’s incredible. That was definitely one of the highlights [of my career]. I’ve been thinking about this match for a while obviously, because of how personal it was for me, Chuck and Trent. I feel like a nightmare, everything hurts … but I wouldn’t change a thing.”

The press conference also saw AEW CEO, GM & Head of Creative Tony Khan announce Cassidy will defend the title this Wednesday on AEW Dynamite and also this Sunday, September 3rd at the All Out pay-per-view in Chicago,

On Wednesday’s AEW Dynamite in Chicago, Orange Cassidy will defend the International Title against his Stadium Stampede teammate Penta El Zero Miedo.

The winner of the Orange Cassidy-Penta match from Dynamite will then go on to defend the International Championship against Jon Moxley at the All Out PPV on September 3rd.

Jon Moxley Is No Stranger To Championships In AEW

Following his AEW debut over four years ago in May 2019, Jon Moxley has gone on to become the most decorated World Champion in AEW. Moxley is the only three-time AEW World Champion.

Jon Moxley was the second AEW World Champion in company history after he beat Chris Jericho at the Revolution 2020 PPV. Moxley held the title for 277 days, which is now the third longest AEW World Title reign since MJF recently passed that number. Moxley had two more AEW World Title reigns in 2022 as well.

If Moxley is to beat Orange Cassidy for the AEW International Title then it will be his first time winning a championship in AEW that isn’t the AEW World Title.

H/T WrestlingInc