Jon Moxley is currently signed to All Elite Wrestling, where he performs under the ring name Jon Moxley.
67 Facts About Jon Moxley
Jon Moxley makes appearances for New Japan Pro-Wrestling, where he is a former two-time IWGP United States Champion.
Jon Moxley became known for his tenure with WWE, where he performed under the ring name Dean Ambrose from 2011 to 2019.
Jon Moxley won the Money in the Bank ladder match in 2016.
Jon Moxley started working in NJPW and won the IWGP United States Heavyweight Championship in his NJPW debut match in January 2020, becoming the only person thus far to have held WWE's and IWGP's United States championships.
Jon Moxley won the AEW World Championship twice more in 2022, setting records for the most world championship wins and longest cumulative reigns in AEW history.
Jon Moxley has headlined eleven AEW pay-per-view events, the most in company history.
Jon Moxley topped the PWI 500 list of the top 500 wrestlers in the world in 2020.
Jon Moxley grew up in Cincinnati's East End, which he said was so deprived that shoplifting was a daily occurrence for everybody he knew because they never had any money.
Jon Moxley attended Amelia High School in nearby Batavia, but dropped out one year after beginning to train as a wrestler.
Jon Moxley supported himself by working minimum-wage jobs in factories, restaurants, and warehouses, but was constantly getting fired because he would skip work if he was booked to wrestle a match that clashed with his job; however, he continued to do so because he knew he "could always find another minimum-wage job".
Jon Moxley often used drugs such as cocaine as a teenager, during which time he was arrested multiple times for shoplifting.
Jon Moxley has said that he would have most likely become a forest firefighter if he did not pursue wrestling.
Jon Moxley began training to become a professional wrestler at the age of 18 under the teaching of Thatcher and HWA wrestler Cody Hawk.
Jon Moxley made his debut in 2004 under the ring name Jon Moxley.
Jon Moxley captured the HWA Heavyweight Championship twice in 2006 by defeating Pepper Parks on both occasions but lost the title to Chad Collyer and Brian Jennings respectively.
From mid-2007 to early 2010, Jon Moxley continued to work in the tag team division and held the HWA tag titles once with his trainer Cody Hawk and twice with King Vu.
Jon Moxley won the HWA Heavyweight Championship for the third time from Aaron Williams in January 2010, before losing it to Gerome Phillips six months later.
In September 2006, Jon Moxley teamed with Hade Vansen to win the IWA World Tag Team Championship in the Puerto Rico based International Wrestling Association.
Jon Moxley wrestled several dark matches for Ring of Honor between 2007 and 2009.
Jon Moxley started working for Dragon Gate USA in late 2009.
At the Uprising event in Mississauga, Ontario, Canada, Jon Moxley suffered a legitimate injury where his left nipple was nearly severed during a match with Jimmy Jacobs.
At Full Impact Pro's Southern Stampede event on April 17,2010, Jon Moxley defeated Roderick Strong to win the vacant FIP World Heavyweight Championship.
Jon Moxley held the title for 441 days before relinquishing it in July 2011, due to his signing with WWE.
Jon Moxley won Combat Zone Wrestling's CZW World Heavyweight Championship twice in 2010 by defeating B-Boy and Nick Gage, respectively.
Jon Moxley failed to win the championship from Barrett at Fastlane and WrestleMania 31.
Jon Moxley won the match by disqualification after Rollins shoved the referee, but did not win the title, as championships cannot change hands by disqualification.
Jon Moxley successfully defended the title against Owens and Ziggler multiple times between December and January 2016.
Jon Moxley was unsuccessful in defeating Lesnar at WrestleMania 32.
Jon Moxley defeated Jericho at Payback, and again at Extreme Rules in an Asylum match later that month to end the feud.
Jon Moxley participated in the 2017 Royal Rumble match in which he lasted almost 27 minutes before being eliminated by Brock Lesnar.
Jon Moxley assisted Rollins against an attack from Drew McIntyre and Dolph Ziggler.
Jon Moxley would continue to taunt Rollins over the following weeks by stalking him, getting vaccinated against what he perceived to be Rollins's "illness", and ordering his own personal SWAT team to attack Rollins, subsequently christening himself the "Moral Compass of WWE".
Jon Moxley revealed that he was paid only $500 for wrestling in the match which is the minimum WWE could pay him for the event.
Jon Moxley decided to leave WWE after Vince McMahon made him give a promo on Raw where his character would get inoculated from various diseases out of fear of catching a virus from the fans.
Jon Moxley left WWE citing the cause as mental and emotional exhaustion after six years of explaining to McMahon how his ideas for Good's character were "stupid".
Jon Moxley's experience was corroborated by both Jericho and various anonymous WWE wrestlers and staff.
Shortly after, it was announced that Jon Moxley had signed a multi-year contract.
However, a week before the event, Jon Moxley was forced to pull out after being diagnosed with a MRSA staph infection in his elbow, and would undergo surgery to remove it.
Chris Jericho, who held the championship, attempted to bribe Jon Moxley into joining his group, The Inner Circle.
Jon Moxley was entered into a tournament to determine the number one contender for the championship, defeating Sammy Guevara and Pac to win.
Jon Moxley then moved onto a feud with MJF, who campaigned against Jon Moxley's championship reign and decreed that fans deserved a better champion.
Later that month, Jon Moxley began a highly acclaimed rivalry with former friend Eddie Kingston, who was jealous of Jon Moxley's success.
Jon Moxley defeated Preston "10" Vance to advance to the semi-finals, but he was withdrawn from the tournament after it was revealed that he had entered a rehabilitation program for alcoholism.
Jon Moxley returned in January 2022, sporting a healthier and more clean-cut look.
Jon Moxley began a storyline with Bryan Danielson, who offered to team up with him, but Moxley stated that he would only consider teaming up with Danielson if they wrestled each other first.
At the event, Jon Moxley defeated Tanahashi to win the interim AEW World Championship.
At Dominion 6.9 in Osaka-jo Hall on June 9, Jon Moxley defeated Shota Umino before declaring himself as an entrant in the 2019 G1 Climax tournament.
Jon Moxley then went undefeated in the tournament with wins over Jeff Cobb, Tomohiro Ishii, Shingo Takagi, and Tetsuya Naito, before suffering his first loss to Toru Yano.
Jon Moxley then lost his next three matches to Jay White, Hirooki Goto, and Juice Robinson, failing to advance to the tournament finals with a final standing of 10 points.
Jon Moxley was replaced in the match by Lance Archer, who defeated Robinson to win the championship.
On December 9, Jon Moxley returned and interrupted Archer after his final match in the 2019 World Tag League tournament, attacking both Archer and Minoru Suzuki before challenging the former to a Texas Deathmatch for the United States Heavyweight Championship at Wrestle Kingdom 14 in January 2020.
However, on the second night of Fyter Fest the following week, Jon Moxley lost the championship to Lance Archer in a Texas Deathmatch, ending his record-breaking reign at 564 days with five successful defenses.
Jon Moxley returned to the promotion to face Will Ospreay at the Windy City Riot event on April 16,2022, where he was victorious in the main event.
Jon Moxley was set to wrestle matches for Over the Top Wrestling and Game Changer Wrestling, but the scheduled events were cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
On October 11,2020, Jon Moxley defeated Chris Dickinson at Josh Barnett's Bloodsport 3.
At GCW's The Art of War Games pay-per-view in September 2021, Jon Moxley defeated Matt Cardona as a surprise opponent to win the GCW World Championship.
On January 23,2022, Jon Moxley retained the GCW World Championship against Homicide at The Wrld on GCW event.
Jon Moxley's gimmick has been compared to Heath Ledger's Joker from the 2008 film The Dark Knight.
Jon Moxley uses a version of the song "Wild Thing" by X as his entrance theme, as tribute to Japanese wrestler Atsushi Onita, who utilized the same song.
Jon Moxley made an uncredited cameo in the WWE film Countdown.
Jon Moxley will appear in the upcoming video game AEW Fight Forever, as Jon Moxley.
Jon Moxley has spoken on several podcasts such as Colt Cabana's Art of Wrestling in December 2014, Chris Jericho's Talk is Jericho in May 2019, and AEW's Unrestricted podcast in February 2020.
Jon Moxley has called himself a minimalist, revealing that he drove to WWE's training center in his rundown car with only a bag of clothes and the money in his pocket upon accepting their contract offer.
Jon Moxley was roommates with fellow wrestler Big Cass during this time and moved out when he was promoted to the main roster, leaving behind thousands of dollars worth of merchandise sent to him by WWE and telling Cass to "give it to charity or something".
Jon Moxley then moved into his new apartment, which he left primarily unfurnished because he reasoned that he would be traveling most of the time.
Jon Moxley later claimed that the infection nearly killed him.