Jon Moxley left WWE and immediately entered into public speculation about his next career step. Now that he is in AEW and the company is just getting started he is getting a chance to be grateful and appreciate his current position.

While speaking to Chris Van Vliet, Jon Moxley expressed a desire to “live in the moment” as he continues on. He has a great life, wife, and health. Now he wants to pay it forward and be the best example to those who look up to him.

“I want to live in the moment of how fortunate I am and kinda pay that forward and kinda do what I can do to — because you are in a bit of a responsibility when you — I always took that kind of seriously in WWE too you kinda feel a responsibility to people once you become a guy who now you know kids are kinda whatever word you wanna use like ‘looking up to you’ or ‘idolizing you’ whatever, you gotta think about that too. If that makes any sense. “

“I just wanna enjoy life and live in the moment and just get to be aware and cognizant of the fact that I am the luckiest guy in the world. I have literally everything. I have the greatest wife that anyone could ever want. I’m in a great place in my career and have my health for hopefully a bunch of years ahead of me and I just want to be happy and grateful. I just want to live in the moment and not worry about anything and just play the kinda music I wanna play, you know?”


Jon Moxley went through some darker days as Dean Ambrose, but that time has passed him. Now he can continue living in the moment as he helps contribute to AEW in what he described as giant jam band session.

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