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Jon Moxley – “WWE promos f*cking suck, they jam 5,000 words in there”

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AEW star and former WWE Superstar Jon Moxley recently held a special Q&A episode of the Oral Sessions podcast. Oral Sessions is usually hosted by Renee Paquette, however whilst she is on maternity leave a number of special hosts will be taking over the show for the next few months.

With Moxley being Renee’s husband, he was the best candidate to take over one of the first shows. Mox didn’t hold back when answering questions, especially when it came to promos in WWE and how they come to those on the indies and AEW.

‘It’s like a, kinda like a wrestling match or a promo. That’s why WWE promos f*cking suck, cause they jammed 5,000 f*cking words in there that aren’t necessary” Jon Moxley would begin, taking a scathing shot at his former employer.

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“Say what you want to say, mean what you want to say, get your point across” Mox continued. “’˜I’m going to beat your ass on Saturday night because I don’t like you,’ boom, done.”

“Sometimes in a match, it’s like, okay, we planned on all these f*cking spots, but what is this story? What are we trying to get at? You’re the good guy, you’re the bad guy. You’re big, you’re small, you’re tall, you’re short” Moxley added, giving an insight into the production of a match.

“That’s why WWE promos f*cking suck, cause they jammed 5,000 f*cking words in there that aren’t necessary”

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“Whatever the contrast of styles or the story we’re telling is, why do we have all this? Sometimes you just look at it and go, you know what? We don’t need all that extra sh*t” the former AEW Champion would conclude.

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