AEW Dynamite got off to a hot start tonight live from Indianapolis, Indiana. Jon Moxley kicked off the show still clearly frustrated from William Regal’s actions at Full Gear and last week on Dynamite. His promo was cut short by a returning Hangman Adam Page.
Hangman Adam Page Returns to AEW
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Adam Page was last seen on the October 18th edition of AEW Dynamite in a match against Jon Moxley. During the match, Hangman suffered a concussion and the match was stopped for the medical team to tend to Hangman. He has not been seen since the injury.
That changed tonight as Jon Moxley kicked off Dynamite. Moxley came to the ring and addressed his wrestling history in the state of Indiana. He continued by saying he is a constant and that no one within a 100-mile radius can stop him. That was when Hangman Adam Page’s music hit and he made his way to the ring. Moxley questioned his decision by asking if he forgot what happened the last time they were in the ring together.
This sparked a brawl between the two with Hangman largely getting the better of the exchanges. The two were pulled apart by referees and security personnel but broke free multiple times to continue the brawl.
Hangman clearly has unfinished business with Moxley. We will see how this plays out in AEW.
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