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Tony Khan On Whether WWE Contacted Them To Have Jon Moxley At WrestleMania 40

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WrestleMania 40 marked a historic milestone in the annals of sports entertainment, with Cody Rhodes emerging victorious over Roman Reigns in a thrilling main event that captivated audiences worldwide. Amidst the spectacle, speculations arose regarding the involvement of Jon Moxley (fka WWE Superstar Dean Ambrose).

The showdown between Cody Rhodes and Roman Reigns in the main event of WrestleMania XL was nothing short of epic. Packed with dramatic run-ins and nostalgic callbacks, the match culminated in Rhodes solidifying his narrative by seizing the Undisputed WWE Universal Championship from Reigns.

A particularly dramatic moment unfolded as Seth Rollins, adorned in his Shield gear, made a surprising return to the ring, seemingly to aid Rhodes in his battle against Reigns.

However, Rollins’ intervention was short-lived as he found himself on the receiving end of a vicious chair attack, leaving him incapacitated and the match’s outcome uncertain.

When the famous entrance theme music of The Shield played during Sunday’s WrestleMania main event, speculation buzzed regarding a potential involvement of Jon Moxley, currently signed to All Elite Wrestling. However, Tony Khan clarified in an interview with ComicBook, that WWE did not approach AEW regarding Moxley’s participation in the event.

Here’s what they reported:

“AEW President Tony Khan confirmed that WWE did not reach out to AEW about using Jon Moxley for a one-off appearance during the Cody Rhodes vs. Roman Reigns main event.”

Seth Rollins is reportedly set to take a hiatus from WWE, with expectations suggesting an absence of around a month. His departure raises questions about the future direction of his character and the impact of his absence on WWE storylines.

As the dust settles on WrestleMania 40, fans are left to ponder the implications of Cody Rhodes’ triumph over Roman Reigns and the potential ramifications of Rollins’ hiatus.

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