Jon Moxley heard some news through the grapevine today that a number of his family in WWE lost their jobs. This is a very weird time, but Moxley has it pretty good right now.

While speaking to Wrestling Observer Live, Jon Moxley said his heart goes out to everyone who was released from their contracts today. He can’t complain about himself having any inconvenience. He has it pretty good stuck in a Las Vegas house with Renee Young.

“My heart goes out to all these people who are affected by this craziness whether it be financial or worse. I heart a bunch of news through the grapevine people in our business got unfortunate phone calls this morning so it’s a weird time.”

“I’m feeling very fortunate you know. I was not or I will not for a second feel sorry for myself like poor me during this craziness because I got it pretty good all things considered and I’m just stuck in the house with my wife who is my favorite person to hang out with anyway. We’re just hanging out. Getting it on all over the house all day. Watching movies and she’s got some cooking projects she’s experimenting with. So I’m basically hanging out and having a beautiful woman feed me meals every day.”

“No matter how the World Title match turns out tonight I feel like a World Champion and I am very blessed at this time.”

Jon Moxley dropped a little hint about the AEW World Title match against Jake Hager. He might be losing that title. If you’re reading this article after that match goes down then you’ll know what happened, but it sounded like a possible spoiler to us. The match was recorded weeks ago in Daily’s Place.

The novel coronavirus will eventually pass, but this is a difficult time for everyone. Be careful, take care of yourself, and pro wrestling will be back in front of live crowds again. Things might never be the same, but they might be very close if we work hard enough. Thanks for reading Ringside News while we all wait for that to happen.

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Felix Upton

Felix Upton has been writing professionally since 1989. His first writing job was penning advertisements for local newspapers around New York. After selling his grandfather’s pinball repair shop back in 2017, he was hired on for publish news for Ringside News.

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