As seen during the September 20th 2023 “Grand Slam” edition of AEW Dynamite, Rey Fenix defeated Jon Moxley to capture the International title. Moxley reportedly suffered a concussion during the pre-match brawl and an audible was called to change the finish.
Former WWE star Stevie Richards, who published videos about Nia Jax and Shane McMahon in recent days, uploaded a YouTube video and discussed “what went wrong” during the match. However, the video quickly became unavailable and Richards wrote the following via Twitter/X…
“So @AEW is already blocking my ‘What Went Wrong?’ video worldwide. Maybe the company should work just hard to protect their talent so videos like mine don’t have to be made. The ‘What Went Wrong?’ video featured Moxely/Fenix is up on my @Patreon. Speaking of Patreon- Don Stevens even said AEW owns copyright to my Patreon list and the music I own lol.”
So @AEW is already blocking my “What Went Wrong?” video worldwide.
Maybe the company should work just hard to protect their talent so videos like mine don’t have to be made.
— Stevie Richards (@bWoStevie) September 21, 2023
A clip of Richards’ video has surfaced online where he criticized Tony Khan for dancing on the stage in front of fans after Moxley was hurt. It should be noted that Khan was believed to have checked on Moxley immediately after the match and there is a photo that leaked of Khan with members of the Blackpool Combat Club and Renee Paquette outside of Moxley’s trailer.
Stevie Richards is out here dropping truth bombs about AEW, Jon Moxley, Rey Fenix and Tony Khan after Fenix dumped Moxley on his head with two shoot tombstone piledrivers following a dive that likely concussed Moxley at AEW Dynamite Grand Slam 2023. pic.twitter.com/BzYsqdlrSj
— TKs-Mantis (@TKsMantis) September 21, 2023