Jon Moxley shares his thoughts on Renee Young possibly joining him in AEW.
The current AEW Champion, fresh off his win against MJF in the main event of AEW's All Out show, spoke on his wife, whose time with WWE ended weeks ago. Moxley further confirmed Young's extensive non-compete clause and said it wouldn't be impossible to envision Young in AEW, though admitted that some of her goals and interests aren't exactly wrestling-related.
"I don't think she wants to be anywhere near my corner," Moxley said. "She hates blood and shit, but the thing with that is that she has an extensive non-compete clause to go to another wrestling company. It's definitely not out of the realm of possibility. It definitely wouldn't surprise me if it would happen. She's a jack of all trades, could pop in and do something, be a presenter, host or something. She's backstage, she was around in the crowd for tonight. If it wasn't for the non-compete, she could have popped in the camera tonight if she wanted to. Ultimately, her main goals and interests are outside of wrestling, but I expect her to have her toes dipped because she's so ingrained in wrestling and so many wrestling fans follow her. I assume she'll have her toe dipped in some way. I want her to get that Katie Couric Good Morning America gig just to have a sugar mama, you know?"
Young tweeted from Daily's Place, talking about how excited she was to see Moxley face MJF.
Very excited to watch my very handsome husband beat the hell out of that dork @The_MJF— Renee Paquette (@ReneePaquette) September 6, 2020
MJF did not take too kindly to the tweet and to Moxley's performance.
Your husband cheated in the match like a coward.— Maxwell Jacob Friedman (@The_MJF) September 6, 2020
Moxley recently spoke on Young and her interests with Busted Open Radio and you can check out those comments at this link.
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