Jon Moxley aka Dean Ambrose REVEALS the major difference between AEW and WWE

In a recent interview, Jon Moxley revealed the major difference between AEW and WWE and why the former company is better for a wrestler's creativity. Read below to know what Jon had to say.
Jon Moxley surprised everyone when he made his AEW debut at Double or Nothing PPV.Jon Moxley surprised everyone when he made his AEW debut at Double or Nothing PPV.
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Jon Moxley, who was known as Dean Ambrose in WWE, was very much a part of the Indies before he hit the big ticket in Vince McMahon's company and ran with it. However, the Moxley inside Dean was subdued and what we got was a creative team controlled Lunatic Fringe. In January 2019, it was announced that Dean would be completing his contract in April and then quitting the company. While many assumed Dean would go on a break, we got to see the reawakening of Jon Moxley.

Jon made his surprise debut at AEW's Double or Nothing PPV and completely stole the show. Moxley also won the IWGP United States Heavyweight Championship at NJPW's Best of the Super Jr. 26 Finals. In an interview with The Wade Keller Pro Wrestling Podcast, Jon revealed the major difference between AEW and WWE, and what makes the former a better company to work for. "The difference between AEW and WWE, after Double or Nothing in the span of 10 minutes I was able to record three different promos type things that were all good stuff. It was so easy," Jon revealed.

 
 
 
 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 

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The wrestler recalled texting Cody Rhodes telling him to have a camera follow him backstage for a promo and Rhodes responded with a simple, "Cool." The promo was unscripted and done in two minutes, unlike a WWE backstage promo, which is scripted and takes time to shoot.

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"Within 10 minutes, I accomplished more than what I had in six months of WWE," Moxley added.

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