“It’s the best job in the world.” Jon Moxley on re-signing with AEW

Former WWE United States Champion Jonathon David Good currently competes in All Elite Wrestling (AEW) under the stage name “Jon Moxley,” which was his ring name before joining WWE as “Dean Ambrose”. He was a valuable member of the WWE tag team “The Shield” with Roman Reigns and Seth Rollins. As a team, they won the WWE Championship, WWE Intercontinental Championship, and WWE Raw Tag Team Championship.

Good left the WWE in 2019 and joined AEW, the second largest wrestling promotion in the United States. Last week, AEW announced a deal that the current champion will stay with them for the upcoming five years, and there is a chance that the contract will even be extended for more years after 2027.

While considering wrestling as the best job in the world, in a recent interview, the former WWE superstar talked about how focused he is on wrestling and also how happy he was to extend his contract with AEW.

“I don’t plan on going anywhere else. It’s the best job in the world, and I’m very lucky to have it. In AEW, all I worry about is wrestling. That’s my focus, and that’s a joy. I love storytelling, I love promos, I love wrestling. I love coming up with ideas for other people. I love learning. For me, it’s a perfect fit.”

This veteran has a sophisticated wrestling profile, but still became addicted to alcohol, which caused a significant setback in his career. However, the former IWGP United States Heavyweight Championship winner attended rehab sessions and prepared himself for a remarkable comeback; he is currently in a good shape, will be featured in upcoming AEW main events, and will be seen frequently in the ring in the coming days.

“A year ago, I wasn’t in the same head space. I was all fu**ed up.”

“Then I went to rehab and all that, and now I’m in a totally different headspace. We’re living in Cincinnati, too, which is great. I look forward to going to TV every week. I get to see my friends in the Blackpool Combat Club. I’m not f—ed up. I have a clean headspace. My life is completely different than it was a year ago, and all for the better.”

Saifullah Nayem

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Business undergrad and has been a culer since childhood, currently working as a combat sportswriter at SportsZion. Aside from sports, he is passionate about marketing and business-related activities.


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