AEW Dynamite ended with a wonderful six-man tag team main event. Jon Moxley, Rey Fenix, and Lance Archer teamed up against Eddie Kingston, the Butcher, and the Blade. While the match was superb, Moxley saved his best shot for the post-match shenanigans.
A team with Jon Moxley, Rey Fenix, and Lance Archer cannot put on a poor match. The team of superstars put on a stellar match against Eddie Kingston and the Butcher & Blade. Moxley and Kingston rekindled their epic rivalry from 2020, with the former AEW Champion prevailing over his nemesis once again.
The AEW Champion granted Moxley his rematch for the title he lost back in December, but it involved an insane stipulation. Omega and Moxley will battle at AEW Revolution in an Exploding Barbed Wire Deathmatch.
Upon hearing the insane stipulation for his rematch, an irate Moxley head-butted the champion’s sunglasses through his forehead, busting him open. Omega took down Moxley with a V-Trigger before posing with his bleeding forehead to close out the show.
With the stipulation announced, Jon Moxley and Kenny Omega will face off for the AEW World Championship in an Exploding Barbed Wire Deathmatch. Barbed wire matches are incredibly dangerous and are potentially fatal as well. We have seen barbed wire feature heavily in Jon Moxley’s matches. But why did Kenny Omega chose this stipulation?
The numbers advantage is an obvious answer to this question. With the Good Brothers in his corner, Omega has a distinct numbers advantage over his opponent. However, Lance Archer and the Death Triangle might be available to even the odds for Moxley. This could lead to a mid-match brawl between the two groups, adding another layer of drama to this already convoluted story.
Will Jon Moxley be able to survive this horrible challenge set by the AEW Champion? Will he emerge victorious, or will Omega triumph in what promises to be the most explosive match of 2021.