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Jon Moxley He’d “Listen” To WWE If They Called To Make an Offer

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Former WWE Superstar Jon Moxley/Dean Ambrose recently discussed his former employer and whether or not he would be potentially interested in ever returning.

‘You gotta say never say never’ Moxley stated during the AMA session with Bleacher Report. ‘Because you don’t want to run back what you said years later because you don’t know what’ll happen. Just the creation of AEW was so vital to the wrestling industry, and that’s part of the reason why I’m so proud to be a part of it.’

‘I wouldn’t rule out ever doing business with them (WWE) again’ Jon Moxley then continued. ‘We had a mutually beneficial relationship for a long time.’

Jon Moxley on WWE

Jon Moxley then finished by saying that even if WWE did make him an offer it would have to be something he could consider from a creative standpoint. Whilst Moxley made it clear that the money would be a bonus, it is not the be all and end all.

“If they called? I would listen” Jon Moxley stated. “But I highly doubt we would ever be on the same page. I’d be open to an idea. I don’t not like money. I got a kid on the way and gotta put it through college, so ya know? I would take a phone call, but I highly doubt anything would materialize.’

One of the major reasons for Moxley leaving WWE originally was his creative. WWE had Dean Ambrose doing a number of skits that he was not a fan of, leading to the now infamous Talk Is Jericho episode that saw Ambrose use the infamous “such good sh*t” line regarding a conversation he once had with Vince McMahon.

There’s a very, very small chance that we would ever see Moxley leave AEW and return to his former employer, but it is interesting that he has used the ‘never say never’ angle and mentioned that he’d at least take the call.

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