NJPW Legend Minoru Suzuki Puts Down Jon Moxley on AEW Debut at All Out 2021

Published 09/05/2021, 10:47 PM EDT


When AEW President Tony Khan said that the AEW All Out PPV will be the best PPV of 2021, he was not kidding. The PPV started with the epic clash between Miro and Eddie Kingston, and then between Jon Moxley against Satoshi Kojima. However, the crowd lost it when NJPW legend Minoru Suzuki made his way out to confront Moxley!.

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After an epic battle between Moxley and Kojima, Moxley was standing in the ring and suddenly the Japanese legend Minoru Suzuki walked out to the ring!

The crowd went berserk because of the history between Moxley and Suzuki. Back in 2020, they faced for the IWGP US Heavyweight Champion where Jon Moxley won.

Suzuki walked in with a grin on his face and went face to face with Moxley for a moment. However, the first blow came from Suzuki when he delivered a nasty forearm on Moxley’s temple.

Moxley then bowed to him and hit back with a forearm of his own, then Suzuki hit him again and the two wrestlers went at it.

Suzuki then hit the ropes and landed a kick in response. Moxley nailed a King Kong lariat on Suzuki, but the Japanese legend hit the ropes, ducks under Moxley, and locked in a rear-naked choke.

Eventually, the altercations stopped when Suzuki hit Moxley with a Gotch Piledriver.

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The crowd was on their feet the entire time. The two individuals share a bitter rivalry and are known for their hardcore tactics in a match. Seeing Jon Moxley working with Suzuki can lead up to the biggest rematch of the year.

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Prithvi Mishra

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Prithvi Mishra is a WWE and AEW author for EssentiallySports. Having started his career as a UFC writer, Prithvi has nearly 2 years worth of experience in covering combat sports. Eventually, Prithvi decided to write for his passion and first love- pro wrestling.

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