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PROFILE

Jon Moxley

UNIT

Free 

HEIGHT

188cm 

WEIGHT

102kg 

YEAR OF BIRTH

1985 Dec 7 

Jon Moxley
HEIGHT
188cm 
WEIGHT
102kg 
YEAR OF BIRTH
1985 Dec 7 
PLACE OF BIRTH
Ohio, USA 
DEBUT
2004 
FINISH HOLD

Death Rider

 
TWITTER
@JonMoxley 

BIOGRAPHY

Jon Moxley has made a huge impact upon the wrestling industry, adept in many styles, but earned his reputation as a wild brawler, reminiscent of many hardcore legends. And although not acknowledged as such, he is a true dark horse in the industry both on camera and behind the scenes. Whose microphone skills are reminiscent and rival that of a young Roddy Piper and in-ring ability has captured a worldwide fanbase.

Moxley made his debut opposite Juice Robinson on June 5 2019, and instantly defeated Robinson to claim the IWGP United States Champion. From there he brought his breed of violence to the G1 Climax. Starting the competition with 5 consecutive wins, he seemed destined to be in the final, but a humiliating loss to Toru Yano lead to him losing his remaining 4 matches including a rematch with Robinson, which saw him knocked out of the competition. 

Moxley would offer Robinson a rematch for the United States championship, under the condition that it be a no disqualification match. The date was set for October 14 at King of Pro Wrestling, but when a devastating typhoon struck Japan before the event, Moxley could not make his scheduled appearance and was therefore stripped of his championship. Losing his title without losing a match, Moxley was furious and willing to fight anyone when he made his return.

On December 8 2o19 at WORLD TAG LEAGUE 2019, Moxley suddenly appeared from the crowd and attacked Lance Archer & Minoru Suzuki. He challenged Lance Archer for the IWGP United States Championship in a Texas Death Match at Wrestle Kingdom 14 on January 4 2020. After a ruthless, brutal fight, Moxley successfully took the US title back from Lance Archer. The day after becoming the 8th IWGP United States champion, he beat Juice Robinson to defend his US title. Moxley didn’t have a chance to bask in the afterglow of the victory as Minoru Suzuki walked into the ring and assaulted him, leading to a match at New Beginning in Osaka. Right after winning the match, Moxley was assaulted by Zack Sabre Jr.. Even though Zack Sabre Jr. is the completely different type of a wrestler to Moxley, the Purveyor of Violence is happy to take any fight from anyone.

Jon Moxley has made a huge impact upon the wrestling industry, adept in many styles, but earned his reputation as a wild brawler, reminiscent of many hardcore legends. And although not acknowledged as such, he is a true dark horse in the industry both on camera and behind the scenes. Whose microphone skills are reminiscent and rival that of a young Roddy Piper and in-ring ability has captured a worldwide fanbase.

Moxley made his debut opposite Juice Robinson on June 5 2019, and instantly defeated Robinson to claim the IWGP United States Champion. From there he brought his breed of violence to the G1 Climax. Starting the competition with 5 consecutive wins, he seemed destined to be in the final, but a humiliating loss to Toru Yano lead to him losing his remaining 4 matches including a rematch with Robinson, which saw him knocked out of the competition. 

Moxley would offer Robinson a rematch for the United States championship, under the condition that it be a no disqualification match. The date was set for October 14 at King of Pro Wrestling, but when a devastating typhoon struck Japan before the event, Moxley could not make his scheduled appearance and was therefore stripped of his championship. Losing his title without losing a match, Moxley was furious and willing to fight anyone when he made his return.

On December 8 2o19 at WORLD TAG LEAGUE 2019, Moxley suddenly appeared from the crowd and attacked Lance Archer & Minoru Suzuki. He challenged Lance Archer for the IWGP United States Championship in a Texas Death Match at Wrestle Kingdom 14 on January 4 2020. After a ruthless, brutal fight, Moxley successfully took the US title back from Lance Archer. The day after becoming the 8th IWGP United States champion, he beat Juice Robinson to defend his US title. Moxley didn’t have a chance to bask in the afterglow of the victory as Minoru Suzuki walked into the ring and assaulted him, leading to a match at New Beginning in Osaka. Right after winning the match, Moxley was assaulted by Zack Sabre Jr.. Even though Zack Sabre Jr. is the completely different type of a wrestler to Moxley, the Purveyor of Violence is happy to take any fight from anyone.

FINISH HOLD

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    Death Rider

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