He's free of WWE, free of a system that was suffocatingly corporate and free to do his own thing in AEW and New Japan Pro Wrestling. The man is living proof that good things come to those who create (never mind wait), and there's an energy to his performances on Dynamite and beyond that he lacked during the first few months of 2019.
It's been a long road to this point for Mox. He's battled through injuries, infections, frustrations and limitations imposed on him by others. When left to his own devices though, Jon arguably goes too far and laces some of his matches with stomach-churning blood and guts moments that will never appeal to certain wrestling fans.
Moxley has gone from indy cult status to the very top of the "sports entertainment" mountain. When he got there, he decided it wasn't for him and elected to jump ship towards emerging competition. The question remains: Which 'face' of Dean Ambrose/Jon Moxley's was/is the best?
Time to dig in and settle this once and for all...