AEW pulls Moxley from the G1 CLIMAX Opening Day

According to NJPW’s official website Jon Moxley will not be participating in the opening day of this year’s G1 CLIMAX.

“Jon Moxley has been confirmed as a participant of G1 CLIMAX 29. Unfortunately, Moxley will miss the G1 CLIMAX 29 Opening Day taking place at the American Airlines Center in Dallas, TX on July 6, 2019.

Additionally, he will not be in attendance at the G1 CLIMAX 29 Press Conference taking place on July 5, 2019.

Moxley will join the G1 tour on July 13 in Tokyo.

We apologise to fans who were looking forward to seeing Moxley in Dallas, and appreciate your understanding.” is reporting that AEW will not allow Moxley to participate again with NJPW until July 13 in Tokyo.

The Young Bucks drop AAA Champioships to the Lucha Brothers

The Young Bucks lost the AAA tag-team Championship to the Lucha Brothers Sunday night at at the Verano de Escandalo evnet in Merida, Mexico. The Bucks held the titles since defeating Fenix and Pentagon jr. back in March.

“The Bucks first won the titles back at the Lucha Libre AAA Worldwide event in mid-March after making a surprise challenge to the luchadores moments after the had won the titles for the first time as a group. But Pentagon and Fenix managed to get revenge on Sunday night, winning back the tag titles at the Verano de Escandalo evnet in Merida, Mexico.”

For more on the match check out’s article.

AEW announces that Fyter Fest will air for free

Fresh off the success of Double or Nothing, AEW is building for their next show, Fyter Fest. The Young Bucks and Kenny Omega released a short video today announcing that the show would stream for free via Bleacher Report Live.

Fyter Fest will take place Saturday, June 29 in Daytona Beach Florida. As of now there are 6 matches scheduled for the show.

Cody announces ticket information for ALL OUT

On the latest episode of Being the Elite Cody revealed that tickets for ALL OUT will go on sale on Friday, June 14, at noon eastern.

“I want you to be prepared, I want you to have all the information. For starters, fan-friendly price points, just like with Double or Nothing. The most expensive seat in the house is $190, the cheapest seat is $30.”

For more quotes from Cody check out comicbook’s article.

AEW adds former WWE Senior Director of Marketing

AEW announced that Rafael Morffi started working for the company today. Morffi is the former Senior Director of Marketing for the WWE.

“Morffi previously worked as WWE’s Senior Director of Live Event Marketing, handling their live event department. Morffi worked with the New York Mets before WWE, and the New York Cosmos after WWE. He’s also worked with Impact Wrestling, MLW, House of Hardcore, WWEHall of Famer Jim Ross, and others, through his Signature Move Productions company. PWInsideradds that Morffi has been well-liked and respected within the pro wrestling world for years.”

For more on Morffi check out wrestlinginc’s article.