Renee Young has tweeted about Jon Moxley going to rehab for addiction to alcohol.
Thanks for this outpouring of support. Jon is every bit of the badass we all know him to be. I couldn’t be more proud of him for getting to proper help he needs, and being given the space to put his health first. Couldn’t possibly love this man more ❤️
— Renee Paquette (@ReneePaquette) November 3, 2021
AEW star Jon Moxley(previously known as Dean Ambrose) believed that he would be only competing at WWE’s annual WrestleMania event again if he receives “astronomical” money and creative control of his character. Jon Moxley Reveals Why Shane McMahon Can’t Run WWE
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Moxley performed for WWE as Dean Ambrose between 2011 and 2019. In his new book MOX, the AEW star expressed his frustrations and distaste towards the way he was booked by WWE Chairman Vince McMahon. He also wrote about his sentiments regarding WrestleMania as he prepared to face Josh Barnett at GCW Bloodsport in April. He said that he could return if he receives a massive paycheck and creative control:
“While things seem to be turning a corner as far as COVID is concerned, we’re still a ways from back to normal. It wasn’t even hard to book a hotel in Tampa; normally the whole city is sold out during Mania week. I’ll probably never perform at WrestleMania itself again. If I did, you would know I got paid an absolutely astronomical amount of money and been granted unprecedented creative control. There’s really no need to,” Moxley wrote.
Jon Moxley added that the feeling he got during his match against Josh Barnett was “just as supercharged and powerful” as appearing at WrestleMania. Moxley recently entered inpatient alcohol treatment and it was revealed by AEW President, Tony Khan.