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Return of Jon Moxley

Late Tuesday night, twitter was set ablaze by a promo video sent out by the former Dean Ambrose. Now going by his old indy moniker of Jon Moxley, the tweet shows Moxley breaking out (potentially of Ambrose Asylum) and making climbing a barbed wire fence.

Moxley was known for his deathmatches in Combat Zone Wrestling and his hardcore style. Some speculate he could be going to All Elite Wrestling, based on the dice showing “2” and “5” in his promo video. May 25th is the date of AEW’s Double or Nothing in Las Vegas. No matter where he ends up, Moxley is sure to shake up the wrestling scene.

Lesnar Returning to WWE?

Former Universal Champion Brock Lesnar may not be done with WWE just yet. Lesnar was among many notable names announced for the June 7th show in Saudi Arabia, alongside Undertaker and Goldberg. The Beast Incarnate hasn’t been seen since dropping the Universal Championship to Seth Rollins at Wrestlemania 35.

If his return to WWE is a one-off, or shows that he is choosing WWE over a return to MMA is yet to be seen. Lesnar recently told UFC President Dana White he was “retired”, according to ESPN.

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NXT Taping Notes

**Spoilers for the next few weeks of NXT Television**

Some big developments came from the latest NXT tapings at Full Sail University. Things of note include:

  • Tyler Breeze returning to NXT and issuing a challenge to Velveteen Dream for the North American Championship
  • Viking Raiders vacating their titles – a fatal four-way between Undisputed Era, Lorcan & Burch, Street Profits, and Forgotten Sons is announced for NXT TakeOver: San Jose
  • Team 3.0 Debuting (Scott Parker & Shane Matthews)

NXT looks to be building to a strong TakeOver once again, working in new signings like KUSHIDA and bringing in former stars like Tyler Breeze. Full results, courtesy of WrestlingInc.ca, are available here.

– Evan Gomes is the Managing Editor of Pro Wrestling for Full Press Coverage. Like and follow on and Facebook.

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