Jon Moxley told a heckler on AEW Dynamite to ‘go f*** yourself’ and told the ‘piece of shit’ to get out of the building. It was Moxley’s return promo after 3 months away, as you can see below.
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Summer Rae competed in WWE largely throughout the middle of the 2010s. Rae’s official debut for the company came on April 22, 2013, edition of Raw when she would debut as Fandango’s dance partner. Raes’ WWE pay-per-view and in-ring main roster debut would come at that year’s 2013’s WWE Hell in a Cell pay-per-view event, teaming with Fandango to defeat Natalya and The Great Khali, after Rae pinned Natalya.
Summer Rae would be with the WWE from 2013 to 2017 and then leave the company in her original run. She was called back for an appearance on a previous episode of Friday Night Smackdown, where it was revealed that Summer Rae will be making her return to the company as part of the Women’s Royal Rumble match.
Summer Rae recently spoke on Renee Paquette’s Oral Sessions podcast, where Rae revealed that she had severe nerve damage during her previous run in WWE.
I had a bone spur in my vertebrae in my neck, my C4, and then I had thoracic outlet syndrome.
The bone spurs are from constantly doing this (wrestling). You can only do so much. And the nerve damage probably comes from compressed nerves. I probably could’ve gotten more PT during it, I probably should’ve been treated once a week.
WWE Chairman Vince McMahon has the final say in anything and everything that goes on in the company, for better or worse. Vince McMahon also sabotaged Jon Moxley’s matches.
Vince McMahon has been the head of the company since he took control of the organization in 1982. McMahon saw various changes in his company over the last few decades as well. All through that, he continued to adapt to the changing times. However, many fans now feel that he is out of touch and simply has no idea what is good for a WWE Superstar.