Jon Moxley drives Kenny Omega through a glass table with a Death Rider during Dynamite

Jon Moxley and Kenny Omega brawled on the first episode of Dynamite

The first ever episode of Dynamite has happened and All Elite Wrestling have done a good job of solidifying a couple of big storylines.

The surprising debut of Jake Hager, formerly known as Jack Swagger in WWE, saw AEW Champion Chris Jericho form a super-stable, with Hager, Sammy Guevara and the tag team of Santana and Ortiz alongside him.

Jericho himself will be facing Cody Rhodes next month at AEW's next pay-per-view - Full Gear - with the AEW World Championship on the line, and the other big match scheduled for that event is Kenny Omega against Jon Moxley.

Omega is regarded by many to be one of the best in the world of sports entertainment, but his win-loss record in AEW so far, which is important when it comes to title shots, is patchy to say the very least.

He's had victories in a tag team match at Fyter Fest and over Cima at Fight For The Fallen, but in his first match at Double Or Nothing he lost to Chris Jericho and at All Out in August, he was defeated by PAC.

That's left Cody Rhodes at the head of the chasing pack for Jericho's title, whilst Omega has another issue to deal with - Jon Moxley.

Jon Moxley and Kenny Omega's feud has continued

Moxley attacked both Jericho and Omega at Double Or Nothing, and the two were supposed to face-off at All Out, but owing to an MRSA infection, Moxley was replaced by PAC.

The blood feud continued on the first episode of Dynamite, as Moxley took Omega away from his tag match with The Young Bucks to brawl with 'The Cleaner' around the arena.

And when Moxley took Omega to a private room, he took it upon himself to hit a Death Rider - through a glass coffee table - just watch how brutal it looks below!

Add this incident to the full match he had with Joey Janela at Fyter Fest, and it looks like Moxley is enjoying working for a TV 14 production.

He's creating far more hardcore moments than he was allowed to in WWE, and we are now seeing the real 'Lunatic Fringe'.

If their Full Gear match becomes a No Disqualification match, expect plenty more wild spots like this to happen.

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