Tony Khan has called Jon Moxley's upcoming book, MOX, one of the best professional wrestling books ever, doing so during yesterday's pre-All Out 2021 media conference call.
MOX is due to be released on 9 December. Described as "A vivid trip through the mind of the top professional wrestler in the business - a nobody from nowhere who achieved his ambitions and walked away with the gold and the girl of his dreams," it has been described by Moxley as "probably terrible, or the best book ever."
The book, which charts Moxley's career to date, was announced by Khan back in January. It'll be the second publication to leave Jon's household this year, with his wife Renee Paquette publishing her first cookbook, Messy In The Kitchen, in May.
Dave Meltzer notes in this week's Wrestling Observer Newsletter that the passages he has read are "very honest" and written in Moxley's own way of thinking.
Moxley, 35, has been with AEW since May 2019, when he debuted at the original Double Or Nothing. He took the promotion's World Title from Christ Jericho the following February, holding it until a defeat to Kenny Omega that December, and is currently booked to face NJPW's Satoshi Kojima at All Out 2021 this weekend.