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Impact World Champion Moose attacks Jade Chung in angle at indie event

Moose will defend the Impact World title against Chung's husband Josh Alexander at Rebellion next month.

Impact World Champion Moose attacked Jade Chung at an indie show on Saturday in an angle furthering the storyline with Chung's husband, Josh Alexander. 

Following his match at Saturday's Destiny World Wrestling event in Ontario, Alexander was celebrating in the ring with Chung and their children. As Chung cut a promo, Moose ran in and speared Chung. Alexander then carried Chung out of the arena.

Multiple camera angles were used in shooting the angle, including one following Moose from backstage to the ring prior to the attack.

Impact posted video of the attack on their Twitter account on Sunday, stating that the actions would be addressed during Thursday's Impact Wrestling episode. 

Moose is set to defend the Impact World title against Alexander at Rebellion on Saturday, April 23. 

Moose, real name Quinn Ojinnaka, was arrested on a battery charge in May 2009 after allegedly throwing his then-wife down a flight of stairs during an argument. Ojinnaka was an NFL player at the time and was suspended for the first game of the 2010 season as a result of the arrest. 

The domestic violence allegation from 2009 led to WWE deciding not to sign Ojinnaka, according to our reporting.