A new autobiography from Jon Moxley, titled ‘Mox’ will hit shelves on November 2nd 2021.
It was originally revealed back in January by AEW President Tony Khan, that Moxley was working on the project. Speaking to Moxley’s wife Renee Paquette on her podcast Oral Sessions, Khan said that he had read some of the book, adding “it’s awesome! I love it.”
The book will be published by Permuted Press. This is the same company that published Paquette’s cookbook “Messy In The Kitchen…” which is officially released on May 19th.
‘Mox’ is currently available to pre-order from Amazon and Barnes & Nobel.
The pre-order page describes the book as:
A vivid trip through the mind of the top professional wrestler in the business—a nobody from nowhere who achieved his ambitions and walked away with the gold and the girl of his dreams.
Ride alongside Jon Moxley as he retraces some of the highways traveled on his remarkable journey. Revel in the never-before-told stories about his early life in Cincinnati, Ohio; the gritty independent wrestling scene where he cut his teeth; the complicated corporate landscape of the WWE where he bucked against authority; and the rebellious upstart AEW, where he won the championship in 2020 and was finally free to achieve the vision of the wrestler he’d always wanted to be.
With plenty of pitstops and revelatory insights, including grizzly ultraviolent encounters, crazy characters who became lifelong friends, and his unforgettable matches in Japan, MOX is the riveting account of the life of a brawler. It is a tale written in blood and soaked in debauchery, with a good dose of wisdom accumulated along the way.
More than a backstage pass into the arena, MOX is a ticket into the ring. Once inside, you’ll never look at pro wrestling the same again.
Meanwhile back in the ring, Moxley and Eddie Kingston are currently embroiled in a feud with The Elite. On the most recent episode of AEW Dynamite, The Young Bucks challenged Moxley and Kingston to a match at AEW Double or Nothing on May 30th.
On the same episode, Moxley defended his IWGP United States Heavyweight Championship against Japanese legend Yuji Nagata. For the special bout Moxley debuted new theme music in the form of “Wild Thing” by The Trogg’s.