Jon Moxley takes a shot at WWE



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Jon Moxley takes a shot at WWE

Now the competition between AEW and WWE is increasingly heated, with the former really gaining a foothold in the business, also hiring many talents released by the latter. Just a few hours among other things, an AEW athlete, champion Kenny Omega, was elected best wrestler of 2021, who also managed to overtake Roman Reigns, amid protests from fans of the Tribal Chief.

Some time ago, however, we also saw how WWE kept an eye on all the movements of the AEW, watching the episodes of Dynamite during their NXT shows for example. In fact, the Producers were enjoying an episode of the show as Roderick Strong and Velveteen Dream wrestled in the ring.

AEW star Jon Moxley has proven himself capable of going head-to-head with some of the best WWE Superstars in history. A few of them even failed to pin him. Before he became one of the top stars of All Elite Wrestling, Moxley (FKA Dean Ambrose) was a successful WWE Superstar.

He spent nearly eight years in Vince McMahon's company, in which he won many titles. Before he left in 2019, he became a Grand Slam and Triple Crown Champion.

Jon Moxley slams Vince McMahon

Interviewed at Cincy 360 with Tony Pike, Jon Moxley revealed that he believes Vince McMahon may be looking at the product AEW has to offer to the wrestling world but finding little words to judge it.

“Vince McMahon would watch a lot of AEW matches and just say 'Oh, that's garbage! They don't sell, stop this shit. But he wouldn't pay attention to the 15,000 people going crazy and freaking out. So I feel a bit like I've taken my revenge, because I've said a lot about what wrestling should be, and that's what AEW was going to do.

And that's what we did. Now, look where we are. So I'm like, 'I'm going to have a little bit of it and say I told you so." At the beginning of 2021, Jon Moxley had also expressed himself on a possible collaboration between the two companies: "It will never happen.

It is useless to lose the mental energy to think about it. If you want to do some fantawrestling and hypothesize clashes like this for fun, that's fine, otherwise don't waste time. in '98 there was fantawrestling in magazines and people were speculating about a match between Goldberg and Steve Austin. All bullshit. It won't happen, put it in your head."