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WEE : Jon Moxley: “AEW and WWE will never work together”

In the wake of AEW opening doors like there’s no tomorrow in recent months, executing a collaboration agreement with IMPACT! Wrestling first and with New Japan Pro-Wrestling later, those responsible for the Elite company have lent themselves to clarify that they are willing to tear down another wall: the one that separates them from WWE.

Kenny Omega gave his opinion on this last week, interestingly assessing the possibility of a “crossover” with the McMahon Empire if Triple H were in front of it.

«[…] When I spoke to Triple H, I think he understood a lot about my mentalityNot just the fact that I seek to unite and unify the world of professional wrestling and all that, he certainly got it. The thing is I also understood your position. […]

“I believe that Triple H is still one of the boys in the locker room. I’m sure a large part of how he handles his product and how he approaches WWE, NXT and all those things he has a hand in, I really think he does it for the fans’ sake too.

“So, when he says things like he’s ‘open to doing business’ […] I see it could come true».

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► Not above the body of Vince McMahon

But under his last interview with Gary Cassidy on Inside The Ropes, Jon Moxley puts his feet on the ground to those who dream of a Kenny Omega vs. AJ Styles or a Hikaru Shida vs. Io Shirai, hinting that HHH would honor Vince McMahon’s legacy.

«That will never happen. It’s not even worth expending mental energy… you know. Let’s see, if you want to schedule fantasy matches, well you know, maybe they could do it in magazines and stuff. You know, how the magazines used to write back then, ‘dream match: Bill Goldberg vs. Steve Austin’, in ’98. But that’s not going to happen.

“It’s cool to think of a good sh * t that could happen, you know, like a big Tokyo Dome summit between AEW, NJPW, WWE that is never going to happen. So hey you know they go about their business. They stay there».

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