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They’re not done yet. A major wrestling television taping can include all kinds of things in a given night. Some of them are more interesting than others, but there is something special about seeing something that is going to be aired on national, if not international, television. Sometimes though, you even get something that didn’t air on TV and that can be all the better. That was the case again this week.

Following this week’s edition of AEW Dynamite in Cincinnati, Ohio, the Blackpool Combat Club came to the ring to celebrate with Jon Moxley, who told people to say a prayer for the injured Hangman Page. This brought out Ryan Nemeth, who Moxley referred to as Dolph Ziggler (Nemeth’s brother), before the Club beat Nemeth up for mocking Cincinnati.

Moxley thanked the fans and talked about growing up in Cincinnati, albeit with some microphone issues. After his speech, Moxley talked to a security guard and asked for his thoughts on the Heritage Bank Arena sound system. Moxley put him in charge of making sure it worked next time and promised to try and make Cincinnati a top wrestling city to end the night.

Opinion: That is the kind of personal touch that you do not get out of a lot of wrestlers. It seemed like it meant something for Moxley to be in his hometown and he treated it as a special night. Having the Club get to beat up someone like Nemeth was a good way to end the night and Moxley was the big star who got to send the fans home happy, which is how it should be done.

What did you think of Moxley’s match (save for the ending)? Where do you want Dynamite to go? Let us know in the comments below.

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