Jon Moxley Huge Drops AEW Tease In Hype Video

Dean Ambrose Video Conspiracy Theories

Dean Ambrose Video Conspiracy Theories

Dean Ambrose is already looking to move quickly on from his time in the WWE as he's released a new promo. He teamed with Roman Reigns and WWE Universal Champion Seth Rollins to defeat Baron Corbin, Drew McIntyre and Bobby Lashley, in a match that aired live on the WWE Network as The Shield's Last Chapter. Now the Lunatic Fringe will be returning to his former character.

Now, Ambrose has released his first promo since the expiration of his WWE contract.

A verified Twitter account with the Jon Moxley name has tweeted out a promo that shows Ambrose apparently breaking out of prison, which could be a reference to his WWE departure. In an angry rendition of The Shawshank Redemption, Moxley punches his way through prison walls - obviously, a metaphor for WWE - before climbing over a fence as he is chased by literal hounds of justice.

He then pulls it off and takes it with him as he runs from the police.

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As he completes his deliverance, Moxley grabs a handful of barbed wire - his trademark weapon - and wraps it round his clenched fist as we see interspersed clips of him in training.

The letters M-O-X are displayed across the screen during the montage and the camera shows blood dripping on the ground as the man once again known as Jon Moxley smirks.

This could be a possible tease towards All Elite Wrestling's Double or Nothing show on May 25.

There's obvious speculation on this promo being for Moxley joining another wrestling company, especially due to the high production values and other hints in the video.

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