Jon Moxley opens up on his potential life after in-ring retirement

The reigning AEW World Champion Jon Moxley has been one of the vital common champions of the COVID-19 period of pro-wrestling. This present day, the place skilled wrestling is not the preferred factor round, Moxley’s time at AEW has been exceptional. He has performed an important function in serving to AEW come out on high by way of TV viewership towards NXT within the “Wednesday Night time Wars.”

Jon Moxley talks retirement

Jon Moxley, who’s quickly to be 35, lately revealed in an interview with Bleacher Report that he want to wrestle till he’s in his 50s. That is why his fundamental focus has all the time been the craft {of professional} wrestling and he wouldn’t wish to miss it for something on this planet.

Nonetheless, on the prospect of retirement, The Purveyor of Violence has stated that he want to proceed to wrestle for so long as his physique can deal with. He additionally considers himself fortunate to have the ability to do the factor that he loves for a residing:

“I wish to trip this for so long as I can even when it comes all the way down to having to take longer intervals of day off. If it will get all the way down to the place I can solely wrestle one match a 12 months like The Undertaker, then so be it. I might completely see myself being in a producer or coach function. I might see myself being a coach or booker. I in all probability will not know till that day comes, however there may be additionally a great likelihood that at some point I’m simply going to be gone and you’ll by no means see me once more. However wherever I am at, I will be all good, so don’t fret about it.

“I am the luckiest man on this planet as a result of I get to do the factor that I like as a residing and acquired to show it right into a profession. It is actually cool.” H/T: Bleacher Report

Jon Moxley will face an opponent of Eddie Kingston’s selecting on tonight’s episode of AEW Dynamite.

Jon Moxley squared off towards Kingston on final week’s episode of Dynamite, which noticed the 2 veteran brawlers battle it out in a hard-hitting combat. The match ended when Moxley choked out Kingston with the Bulldog Choke. Nonetheless, Moxley did not get the time to rejoice as he was attacked by Kingston’s allies, The Lucha Bros.

Revealed 01 Oct 2020, 06:11 IST

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