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Samoa Joe Would Love To Have A Match Against Jon Moxley

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Samoa Joe’s accomplishments in the world of professional wrestling speak for themselves. He has challenged in numerous companies such as ROH, TNA and more as he honed his craft over the years. It seems Joe really wants a match against Jon Moxley as well.

Samoa Joe had a great time in NXT during his two outings on the black and gold brand and the WWE main roster. Unfortunately, he was fired on two separate occasions which certainly baffled fans and pro wrestlers alike.

Since his latest WWE release, fans have been wondering what is next in store for Samoa Joe’s pro wrestling career. While speaking on Busted Open RadioSamoa Joe revealed that he wants to square off against Jon Moxley in the future.

“I never got a really clean crack at Jon Moxley. I think Jon is one person whom I would love to be in a program with at some point wherever it may be so. ”

Samoa Joe also recently made it clear he is not ruling out signing with AEW. Jim Cornette previously stated that he believes Samoa Joe will be a huge asset to AEW. We will have to wait and see if Joe will end up in AEW or not.

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