Jon Moxley (f/k/a Dean Ambrose) releases post WWE video

By Jason Powell, ProWrestling.net Editor (@prowrestlingnet)

Jonathan Good, who wrestled as Dean Ambrose in WWE, has released a new video package via his Jon Moxley social media page.

Powell’s POV: A cool video. Gee, I wonder what the prison represents.

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Readers Comments (3)

  1. If the creative team were as “creative” as they’d like to believe they could have had him re-sign with the company in secrete and created this big storyline where “Dean Ambrose is leaving WWE” and this storyline is indeed partially truthful as in a short amount of time Jonathan Good returns to the WWE as a completely different character who doesn’t even acknowledge having previously been Ambrose.

    • “If the creative team were as “creative” as they’d like to believe they could have had him re-sign with the company in secret”

      Errr…not if he wanted to leave, they couldn’t!

    • The WWE would never re-introduce him as Jon Moxley though because they don’t own the rights to the Jon Moxley name. If they somehow convinced him to stay, sure, they could buy it, I guess. If you’re going down that route however, it’d be easier just to give him an entirely new name. There’s nothing really suggesting he wants to be there, though- and I don’t blame him a bit for that. WWE creative is absolutely awful right now, for the most part. Why trust them not to butcher anything?

      This video is incredible. I don’t know who’s brain child it was, but it’s 1000x better than anything WWE has done in awhile. Can’t wait to see what he does next! I know it’s doubtful, but I’m hoping he works Impact. He could go there, and not be exclusive, and do other independent stuff, and likely totally control his character.

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