All Elite Wrestling’s Jon Moxley recently discussed if he would wrestle in Japan again in the future while appearing for an interview with Chris Van Vliet.

The former IWGP US Champion said that as long as he will be wrestling, we can expect to see him perform in the East Asian nation. “As long as I’m wrestling, I’ll still wrestle in Japan,” Moxley said.

He added that since AEW allows wrestlers to appear for other promotions, fans will be able to see more of him in New Japan Pro Wrestling.

Jon Moxley made his debut for New Japan Pro Wrestling in May 2019, challenging Juice Robinson for the IWGP United States Championship at the final night of the Best of the Super Juniors 26 event on June 5. He went on to defeat Robinson to become the US Champion.

He also participated in the G1 Climax 29 Tournament and won his first five matches against Taichi, Jeff Cobb, Tomohiro Ishiii, Shingo Takagi and Tetsuya Naito. He would then go on a sort of a losing streak, and fail to advance to the finals with a final standing of 10 points.

Moxley was stripped of his US title as he was unable to defend it in on King of Pro Wrestling due to travel issues from Typhoon Hagibis.