Jon Moxley fell off the stage during a brawl with Hangman Page on AEW Dynamite, as fans pointed out on Twitter.
— All Elite Wrestling (@AEW) December 1, 2022
Moxley just tripped off the ramp 😂 he’s good but that was kinda funny ngl #AEWDynamite
— Crazy101 (@Crazy101_) December 1, 2022
Jesus Christ did moxley just trip and fall charging Page 🤣😭🤦🏾♂️
— Bob Sacamano (@ReginaldAreli) December 1, 2022
Moxley tripped trying to get Hangman at the top of the ramp, but got back up to finish the brawl #AEWDynamite
— Raj Giri (@TheRajGiri) December 1, 2022
LOL Jon Moxley tripped so bad he fell off the stage and now one of the security guards is corpsing #AEWDynamite
— Handlebar-Orion X.ᴺᵉʳᵈʸ ᵖʳᵒᵍʳᵉˢˢᶦᵛᵉ ᵠᵘᵃᵈʳᵒᵒⁿ ʲᵉʷ (@HandlebarOXD) December 1, 2022
William Regal was released by WWE back in January of this year. He then made his way to AEW during the Revolution pay-per-view in March. Recently, the topic of his contract became a topic of discussion.
While speaking on Wrestling Observer Radio, Dave Meltzer went into detail regarding William Regal’s contract. Meltzer noted that Regal’s WWE return is still in play despite his 3-year contract.
“William Regal when he signed, which was only in April or May, said that he signed for three years. Now, something is going on but I’m not sure of all of the details.
Actually I’ve been told a lot of stuff but most of it was off the record. But the basic gist of the situation is I don’t know what he’s doing as far as if he’s going (to WWE), if he’s staying (with AEW).
But I do know that it is something that has been talked about, so either, there’s something in the contract… because a three-year deal, Tony Khan has not let anyone out early so far. That doesn’t mean he never will, but I don’t know what the situation is.
But there were people who were talking about how there’s stuff being talked about, but I don’t know exactly what it is – I don’t know if he’s staying, I don’t know if he’s going.
The rumors have been out, even before Wednesday’s show. The thing on Wednesday’s show was just an angle, but there had been talk of that from very early on.
The fact that he said he was signed for three years, that doesn’t mean I’m saying… because some people are like, ‘Oh that means he’s for sure not leaving and there’s no story here’ – there’s something going on.
But there’s no guarantee he’s leaving, there’s no guarantee he’s staying, there’s no guarantee he’s not staying. As far as how this all works, as far as the contract situation, with Tony and everything like that, I’m not aware of that.
But I do know that there’s… it’s something that’s in play. But he said his contract is three years, so in theory, that would tell you that he couldn’t do anything until April 2025. So that’s basically what I know, – what I can say, put it that way.”