Jon Moxley Tweets Video Teasing NJPW Debut

"Unscripted Violence" is headed overseas...

He has only been gone from WWE for roughly a month, and already Jon Moxley is filling up his calendar with important dates elsewhere. The former Dean Ambrose debuted for AEW at Saturday's Double or Nothing (slated to make his in-ring debut with them on June 29 at Fyter Fest), and has taken a match with Pentagon, Jr. for Northeast Wrestling in August.

You can add New Japan to his itinerary.

The blade-wielding Moxley was revealed to be the subject of New Japan's "Time's Up" video, with June 5, 2019 (the day for the Best of the Super Juniors finals) specifically mentioned.

Moxley, who certainly enjoys social media more than Ambrose did, tweeted out a vignette (tagging New Japan's handle) that depicts IWGP United States champion Juice Robinson as his next target.

AEW President Tony Khan did mention late Saturday that Moxley is full-time with the company, but only after the TV show premieres this fall. Moxley is, per his contract, free to take international dates when his schedule is light, such as now, when AEW is only running sporadically.

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