Moxley is back… and starts promo by dropping F-bomb on fan

Jan 20, 2022 - by Colin Vassallo

Jon Moxley returned on AEW Dynamite last night on TBS and started his promo by telling a fan to go f*ck himself!

With complete silence in the arena as fans waited to hear what Mox had to say, one fan wasn’t impressed. “Go have a drink and get this trash out of the ring,” the fan said, followed by a boo. Some fans laughed but Mox did not.

“Hey go f*ck yourself, get that guy outta here. Piece of shit” Moxley responded to a big ovation from the 4,000-strong Washington DC crowd.

Mox had just returned after checking himself in an alcohol rehab facility a few months ago so the fan’s comment wasn’t particularly very sensitive.

The former AEW World champion acknowledged the scars he has inside and said no one should be ashamed of them. He thanked the fans for their support during these rough times and now that he’s free, he will take pro wrestling by storm again and no one in AEW can make him go through worse things that what he went through the past few months.

Moxley will be wrestling this Friday on Rampage against Ethan Page.

4 Responses

  1. Dick Eagle says:

    Wow, dick move by the fan. Don’t blame Mox one bit. Dude had a problem, he got help and that takes balls. It reminds me of the part in Eddie Guerrero’s book where he says he was recovering from alcohol abuse and a fan dumped a beer on him.

  2. Pisto75666 says:

    Someone on Twitter said he should’ve ignored the guy. I disagree. I’m so tired of people thinking just because they bought a ticket they can act however they want. You’re in a public space where someone is trying to do earn a living. Not your own living room.

  3. Kenny McFingerBang says:

    Meh, it was a heckle and he goes straight to trying to get the dude tossed? I miss when wrestlers had balls. If the dude had thrown a beer at him or some shit then yeah, get him TF out. But it was a heckle, stupid or not, and not that big of a deal.

  4. Jake Allen says:

    B.s. if AEW actually kicked the guy out. If you don’t want the audience to get to say things at will then don’t mic them. If you don’t want the audience to jeer you then don’t do a live promo in the ring right in front of them. And if you don’t want the audience to be able to say anything at all then don’t have a live audience… And the guy gets kicked out for saying nothing obscene to a giant baby who gets to swear back at him and kick him out because his feelings are fragile? F’ that, and f’ anybody that wants to censor you because they don’t agree with you when audience participation has been a mainstay of this sport for 100+ years.

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