Jon Moxley on the difference in working with WWE and other companies



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Jon Moxley on the difference in working with WWE and other companies

Jon Moxley was recently interviewed by the Bleacher Report where he talked about the current relationship with the members of the Shield and his eventual return to WWE. If he keeps in touch with Seth Rollins and Roman Reigns: "Very occasionally.

Seth Rollins has recently been a dad, it's a beautiful thing. We are all very busy, then especially as a result of the pandemic we all stay a bit in our little bubbles. This is the beauty of wrestling: it's never a goodbye it's just goodbye.

When you go through certain things with people you are always connected to them. " If he misses being part of the Shield: "Not so much, also because I'm working on new things and I'm going through a new chapter in my life.

But I certainly think about all this with affection, it's a chapter that has closed perfectly"

Jon Moxley gives his take on working with WWE, AEW, and NJPW

On a possible return to WWE, Jon Moxley said: "I have to answer never say never, you can't take back what you say today in a few years since you never know what could happen in the future.

The creation of AEW was really vital to the wrestling industry, and this is the which is why I am proud to be a part of it. I would never rule out doing business with WWE, we have had a mutually beneficial relationship for a long time.

If they called me I would listen, but I doubt we would ever be on the same page. I would be open to it. an idea. I don't like money, I have a baby on the way and I have to let him go to college. So you know, I would answer a call from them but I highly doubt anything would materialize."

Recall that Jon Moxley made his AEW debut on May 25, 2019, at Double or Nothing, the federation's first PPV, attacking Chris Jericho and "Hangman" Adam Page after the main event. On November 9, in Full Gear PPV, he faced Kenny Omega in an Unsanctioned match.

On February 29, 2020, he won the AEW World Championship against Chris Jericho. In the main event of the episode of Dynamite entitled "Winter is Coming" on December 2, he lost his title against The Cleaner. Jon Moxley and Lance Archer have shared the ring on a few occasions, including the Wrestle Kingdom 14.

On that occasion, The Death Rider won the IWGP US Championship from his rival in a brutal Texas Deathmatch, and during MOX's reign as AEW World Champion, he also defended his title successfully against Archer. The chemistry between Moxley and Archer has always been on point.

The two men almost have a similar in-ring style and their past collisions are a proper example of that. As things stand, Jon Moxley is currently feuding with The Elite and will aim to get the AEW World Title back from Kenny Omega.