Jon Moxley’s appearance on NJPW’s Battle in the Valley pay-per-view has received a major update.


New Japan Pro Wrestling has announced that Jon Moxley will not be competing in the upcoming NJPW Battle in the Valley. On November 13, Moxley was announced for the event, along with some of New Japan’s top Superstars. The change was most likely made due to the AEW’s Full Gear pay-per-view being moved from November 6 to November 13. Due to the UFC’s UFC 268 pay-per-view on November 6th at Madison Square Garden, AEW had to postpone Full Gear. NJPW of America announced on Twitter that Jon Moxley will not be available on November 13th:

NJPW has confirmed that other top stars, including Will Ospreay, Jay White, and Tom Lawlor, will all be appearing on Battle in the Valley. In San Jose, California, the show will be held at the San Jose Civic Center. On November 13, AEW’s All Out pay-per-view will also take place in St. Louis, Missouri.

Jon Moxley is currently engaged in a feud with Minoru Suzuki.

Jon Moxley is currently feuding with Minoru Suzuki. When the NJPW veteran confronted Moxley after his victory over Satoshi Kojima at All Out, he made his AEW debut.

In Chicago, the two men got into a huge brawl, with Suzuki triumphing over The Death Rider. Suzuki stood tall after hitting Moxley with a Gotch Style Piledriver. On last week’s episode of AEW Dynamite, Moxley and Suzuki fought in a huge rematch in Cincinnati, Ohio.

Although Jon Moxley won the match, his rivalry with Suzuki is far from over. On this week’s episode of AEW Dynаmite, the former IWGP Intercontinentаl Chаmpion will reunite with his long-time stаblemаte Lаnce Archer to fаce the former IWGP United Stаtes Heаvyweight Chаmpion. It remаins to be seen how things will plаy out on AEW Dynаmite between the two pаrties.

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