Jon Moxley thinks that his former boss Vince McMahon would be disgusted by a match he had in AEW.
Ever since Dean Ambrose transitioned into becoming Jon Moxley, fans have gotten behind him as the hardcore lunatic of AEW. Moxley not only appears at home in the wrestling promotion, but he’s also recently aligned himself with three other knuckled brawlers in William Regal, Bryan Danielson, and Wheeler YUTA.
Although Jon Moxley has left his WWE tenure behind, he did call out one match of his that he thinks Vince McMahon would disapprove of. Speaking on The Sessions with his wife Renee Paquette, Moxley discussed his I Quit match against Eddie Kingston and said that even though he believed it was a great match, it ultimately would be something his former boss would’ve hated:
“WWE, they tell you a lot of stuff, you got to do this and that and this is the way it needs to be done. There’s all this stuff that’s just wrong. This is like totally wrong and is demonstrably wrong now with AEW on a national level, you know what I say? ‘Oh, you were doing too much or you’re not selling! Grab a hold.’ You know all this fucking sh*t.
Like, there’s so many matches I have now that like that I literally couldn’t do in WWE. Vince would just flip his lid, for instance like I don’t know off the top of my head like me and Eddie vs. The Young Bucks, great match, guarantee Vince would hate it. He’d be like, ‘Oh, you’re not selling you’re doing too much,’ or whatever.”
Jon Moxley would defeat Eddie Kingston to retain his AEW World Championship. ‘The Death Rider’ is back in the championship scene as he heads to Sunday’s AEWxNJPW Forbidden Door to face Hiroshi Tanahashi for the vacant World Championship. The two men went face to face at the end of Dynamite last night.