After handing MJF his brass knuckles at AEW Full Gear, betraying the Blackpool Combat Club in the process, Jon Moxley would tell Regal to leave the company and never come back, which led Regal to appear the following week alongside MJF, who would, in turn, betray Regal, leaving him laying.
When talking about the confusing storytelling involving MJF, Regal, and Moxley, Ross highlighted how he’s unsure where the story will go but that “it should be fun.” Both MJF and Moxley are set to speak this coming Wednesday on “Dynamite,” with the AEW World Champion set to address his attack on the wrestling legend.
“He’s one of those guys you can’t replace easily or at all, I don’t know if you can replace him at all quite frankly,” Ross continued to say. “He’s been an amazing boost for us and we’ll see, I think as we speak he might be in England. He’s been a great friend, a loyal guy, honest, and hard-working. The patience to work with some of these young cats is tough. He’s being talked about a lot here so we’ll see where it goes storyline-wise as we move forward, I don’t have a clue. I like to not know. He’s a hell of a guy and has been a very valuable team member in AEW since he arrived.”
Not only will Regal’s status with the company seemingly be mentioned on this Wednesday’s “Dynamite”, but AEW Owner Tony Khan will speak, ahead of ROH Final Battle on December 10, and he’ll reportedly address Regal’s status with the company during that media call.