Jon Moxley is a loyal guy and wants to make sure AEW is successful in the long run, and he doesn’t see himself being anywhere else domestically.
Moxley recently spoke with Jim Alexander for ReelTalker.com while promoting his new film Cagefighter, now available on-demand. Moxley says he can envision himself wrestling into his fifties, but really just wants to remain loyal to AEW and help make them successful, noting that they’ve done right by him so far.
“I’d like to wrestle till I’m in my 50’s, hopefully. Whatever that means, I don’t know. AEW in the United States, will definitely always be my home,” Moxley said. “It’s just done so much for me and I’ve done everything I could to help build the brand and solidify it as a legit alternative and it’s vital to the wrestling industry that AEW be successful. I don’t see that changing ever. I have loyalty to the people who treat me well and they have treated me extremely well.”
The current AEW World Champion also said he’s very proud of what AEW has been able to accomplish during the pandemic, noting the challenge it presented.
“I’ve become great friends with Tony Kahn, who is a great dude and the most successful promoter outside of Vince in how many years. We’ve been able to create something as a team and to get through the challenge of this pandemic. I’m incredibly proud of everybody [in AEW].”