At the end of Double or Nothing, former WWE talent Jon Moxley (Jonathan Good a.k.a. Dean Ambrose) appeared following the main event between Chris Jericho and Kenny Omega.
Jericho defeated Omega and demanded to be thanked for his contributions to All Elite Wrestling and prompted Moxley’s entrance through the crowd. He proceeded to hit Jericho and referee Paul Turner with a double-arm DDT (the Dirty Deeds) and then lifted Kenny Omega.
Moxley and Omega brawled up the stage and ended with a double-arm DDT delivered to Omega on a stack of poker chips at the entrance and a Death Valley Driver off them, setting motion a program between the two.
AEW announced after the show that Moxley has signed a multi-year contract with the promotion and will make his in-ring debut at FYTER FEST on June 29th in Daytona Beach, Florida.