Jon Moxley

American professional wrestler

Jonathan David Good (born December 7, 1985) is an American professional wrestler. He is currently signed to All Elite Wrestling (AEW). He competes under the ring name Jon Moxley and also wrestles for New Japan Pro-Wrestling. He is also known for his time in the WWE where he competed under the ring name Dean Ambrose. Good has previously competed in many different wrestling promotions. He is a twelve-time world champion, winning the AEW World Championship three times and the WWE Championship and New Japan's IWGP World Heavyweight Championship once each. As Dean Ambrose, Moxley is also a three-time Intercontinental Champion, two-time Raw Tag Team Champion, a winner of the Money in the Bank ladder match and the longest-reigning United States Champion in WWE. Moxley is the current IWGP World Heavyweight Champion.

Jon Moxley
Moxley at Forbidden Door on June 26, 2022
Born (1985-12-07) December 7, 1985 (age 38)
Cincinnati, Ohio
Professional wrestling career
Ring name(s)Dean Ambrose
Jon Moxley
Billed height188 cm (6 ft 2 in)
Billed weight102 kg (225 lb)
Billed fromCincinnati, Ohio
Trained byCody Hawk
Les Thatcher
DebutJune 2004

WWE (2011-2019)

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Good signed a contract with WWE on April 4, 2011 and was granted his release from Dragon Gate USA, the previous promotion he was working for.[1] He first performed as Ambrose in the WWE's developmental territory Florida Championship Wrestling.

On November 18, 2012, he made his WWE debut at Survivor Series on November 18, 2012 along with Roman Reigns and Seth Rollins. Ambrose, Reigns and Rollins attacked Ryback during a triple threat match which also featured CM Punk and John Cena. Their interferences caused a distraction and Punk was able to pin Cena to retain his WWE Championship. The group of Ambrose, Reigns and Rollins named themselves "The Shield" and said they were going to fight against "injustice" in the WWE. The Shield had their debut match at TLC: Tables, Ladders & Chairs where they defeated Ryback and Team Hell No (Kane & Daniel Bryan) in a Tables, Ladders, and Chairs match.[1]

All Elite Wrestling

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On May 25, 2019, Moxley made his surprise debut during their Double or Nothing pay-per-view.[2]

Personal life

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Good is married to AEW backstage interviewer Renee Paquette.[3] On June 13, 2021, their daughter Nora was born.[4]

Championships and accomplishments

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Professional wrestling

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As Dean Ambrose, Good was a one-time WWE Champion...
... a one-time United States Champion, with his 351-day reign being the longest in WWE...
... and a three-time Intercontinental Champion

Submission grappling

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  • North American Grappling Association
    • NAGA Cincinnati Grappling Championship Gold Medalist - Men No-Gi / Beginner / 225 - 249.9 (Super Heavy Weight) / Master (30+)[49][50]
  • Moxley, Jon (2021). Mox. Permuted Press. ISBN 978-1637580387.
  1. During Moxley's first reign, the title was called the IPW Grand Championship.[18]
  2. When Ambrose won the title, it was known as the WWE World Heavyweight Championship. During the middle of his reign, the name was shortened to "WWE Championship" and then was extended to "WWE World Championship" on July 5, 2016.

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