AEW news: Jon Moxley was 'half-concussed' during his match with Chris Jericho at AEW Revolution

Jon Moxley admitted that he was suffering during his match with Chris Jericho

All Elite Wrestling crowned only the second world champion of their existence last night, as Chris Jericho was finally dethroned.

'Le Champion' had overcome all his tests to date in his five-month reign, but it was about to be stopped by a former foe from his WWE days.

Jericho and Dean Ambrose feuded for months on end in 2016, but it was Ambrose's other self - Jon Moxley - who went into battle with Y2J at Revolution for the AEW World Championship.

After months of trying and failing to get Mox to join the Inner Circle, Jericho had to square off against the number-one contender, and despite the attempted help of his stable-mates, Y2J was powerless to stop himself from being hit with the Paradigm Shift.

There were probably a number of names who were credible enough to knock Jericho off his perch,  Kenny Omega and PAC being just two, but considering he was the man with the biggest following bar Jericho coming into AEW, Moxley was probably the right choice.

It was a really solid encounter with no real high-flying moments, but tons of storytelling and brutality to make it entertaining.

Chris Jericho and Jon Moxley battled for the AEW Title last night

But there was a point in the match though that Moxley started unintentionally bleeding, and that was because his head collided with the steel ring post.

And not only did he start bleeding, but it looks like he was pretty out of it as well, as he stated in the post-event press conference.

"[Jericho] threw my head into the ring post on the floor and I basically head butted a steel post about as hard as it could be head butted," Moxley said, per WrestlingInc.

"I was seeing triple for a minute out of my one eye. I still feel a little woozy. I was like, 'whoa, this isn't good.' Then I felt that hot instant feeling of knowing when you're lacerated.

Moxley has said that he was 'half-concussed' during the match

"At the last pay-per-view, it happened too except it was in the back of my neck, and I was like, 'oh! put pressure on the wound.' So that's what I did tonight, I put pressure on the wound."

Mox is used to taking bumps and bruises, so it should be no surprise at all that he knocked himself silly.

He may not be in action on Dynamite for a few weeks now because of this, but there's no doubt that he will be showing up for business.

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