Joey Janela is ready to change the game one more time because he’s coming for Jon Moxley on next week’s episode of AEW Dynamite.
Jon Moxley issued another open challenge on last night’s show and challenged another wrestler to step up to the plate. Janela wasn’t scheduled to appear on last night’s AEW broadcast, but he did make a surprise appearance at last night’s GCW event in Philadelphia, Chopper City In The Ghetto.
Janela did a run-in at the end of the night and took a mic, saying he does what he wants and it’s time to skip the line. The “Bad Boy” said he wants the main event of Dynamite, so he’s answering Moxley’s open challenge next week.
Janela also took to Twitter after the event and said the ball is in AEW’s court, and “unfortunately for them” this one’s going to have to be sanctioned.
Live from GCW in Philly 11/27 https://t.co/PCBj8fli4K
— GameChangerWrestling (@GCWrestling_) November 28, 2019
Heard You wanted someone to answer your challenge @jonmoxley showed up to @GCWrestling_ in Philadelphia to tell you I accept…. balls in your court @AEWrestling unfortunately you’ll have to sanction this one….. #AEWDynamite pic.twitter.com/57L0QhG73P
— “The Bad Boy” Joey Janela (@JANELABABY) November 28, 2019
Jon Moxley spoke with Wrestlezone and 101WKQX host Kevin Kellam this week ahead of last night’s Dynamite tapings in Chicago.
Moxley likes the unpredictable nature of All Elite Wrestling and says it’s likely we see him face off with Darby Allin again, but doesn’t think Chris Jericho wants any part of him. (As seen at the end of last night’s show, it looks like Moxley might want a piece of Le Champion…)
Plus, Moxley talks about his wife Renee Young’s reaction to his Lights Out match with Kenny Omega, the unpredictability of AEW, his new movie and more.