Jon Moxley on Match With Brock Lesnar

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Jon Moxley on Match With Brock Lesnar

Jon Moxley is now a full time All Elite Wrestling wrestler. He is one of the AEW’s biggest signings. He was Dean Ambrose in the WWE, and he is also a former member of The Shield. These days, Jon talks a lot against the WWE and why he left the company.

He talks about the bad practices of the company and how the WWE’s problem is Vince McMahon himself. Jon Moxley has openly criticized some of the booking decisions that the WWE has made in the past. The WWE product has lost its value and is doing down according to Jon.

He spoke about his WrestleMania 21 match against Brock Lesnar at The Wade Keller Pro Wrestling podcast as an example of the bad WWE bookings. "I was supposed to work with [Chris] Jericho and Brock was supposed to work with Bray.

Then me and Brock did the three-way match, some cool stuff, and there was like a vibe between us. I earned this match on my own merit. Me doing my thing my way made it to where people wanted to see this match. This is like my dream opponent.

This is my life. The match happened because of what I've done. Now they're booking it, it's goofball city again." "The weeks leading up, the angle was not good," Moxley said. "Brock isn't even there half the time.

We don't do anything interesting. The weeks before in Brooklyn, I carry a little red wagon to the ring and fill it with weapons”.