At AEW Double Or Nothing 2019, Jon Moxley made his professional debut and immediately had a significant influence on the business. Moxley has established himself as a mainstay of AEW almost four years after his debut. That stated it seems Moxley is simply bored of all the drama common in AEW.
Moxley has spoken out about the current controversy within AEW and backstage squabbles many of which are stemming from social media and dirtsheet spin that have rocked the promotion.
Moxley wasted no time speaking about the CM Punk controversy directly, but he also acknowledged there and many other examples of tension and conflict among members of the roster.
“I will say this. I hate to say (it). I don’t think I’ve ever said anything even remotely negative about AEW. But I will say this.
“As an observer, it seems like – I spent eight years on the indies, a couple of years in WWE developmental, spent like eight years in WWE – I have never seen so much bullsh*t drama in one place in my entire f*cking life. I hate to say that.
“I don’t know if it’s because the age of social media and st gets blown out of proportion, like one person posts one stupid f*cking drunk tweet and all of a sudden it’s all anybody wants to talk about.
“We’re sitting up here, doing a podcast. You know what we’re not talking about? We’re not talking about the f*cking stellar match Vikingo and Kenny Omega just had. Or all the cool stuff going on in AEW, cool shows happening, we’re not talking about this great pay-per-view we just had. We’re not talking about any of that, we’re talking about some bullsh*t.
“Let me be clear. The vast majority of people there don’t cause any f*cking* trouble or any bulhsh*t. But they’re getting sucked down into this st like everybody else. Into the muck. There’s plenty of people who just wanna get better and perform and f*cking just do this job man, it’s the best job in the world.”