Will Jon Moxley return to WWE to challenge his former Shield teammate Roman Reigns?

Jon Moxley AKA Dean Ambrose for the WWE fans has been a name who has significantly changed his game after arriving in AEW. From being a mid-table wrestler to ruling the roost with his utmost ferocity, Jon Moxley is now being deemed as one of the most vicious wrestlers in the antiquity of All Elite Wrestling. However, rumors have it that WWE may have a blockbuster return and that may send the WWE Universe leaping in a frenzy while AEW says “Hold on, mates.”

Somehow his stay in the WWE was marred by his constant competition with his Shield teammates, Roman Reigns and Seth Rollins. The two names have blown big enough where the Tribal chief has now been the WWE Universal Champion for more than 1000 days while the Visionary has been dropping bodies like none other.

He announced his arrival to WWE with a double put-down of Kenny Omega and Chris Jericho at the AEW Double or Nothing PPV. With victory against two of the finest wrestlers in the antiquity of the sport, Moxley was an instant hit. He has also won the AEW World Championship thrice while winning the Grand Slam Tournament of Champions in 2022.


His time in AEW has been marked as an anti-hero where he has neither been a heel nor a face that describes his character the best. More importantly, him shuffling to AEW has helped him to steer clear of any comparison of his former Shield teammates, where he has forged his own rule.

Here is what you need to know about the return of Jon Moxley to WWE

He is currently the vanguard of the Blackpool Combat Club and his role as the leader of the stable has taken him to a level where he has etched his name in the hearts of AEW fans in the brightest of livery.


The obvious question that now does the rounds is do we have another reunion or let’s say a rivalry for the ages where Dean Ambrose returns once again to WWE to challenge the supremacy of the Big Dog? The answer is sadly no.

Moxley signed a contract extension for five years and talking with Sports Illustrated, he said, “I don’t plan on going anywhere else. It’s the best job in the world, and I’m very lucky to have it. In AEW, all I worry about is wrestling. That’s my focus, and that’s a joy. I love storytelling, I love promos, I love wrestling. I love coming up with ideas for other people. I love learning. For me, it’s a perfect fit.”


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