Jon Moxley will be entering an inpatient Alcohol Treatment Program for his alcohol addictions.
The information was made public by AEW President Tony Khan is a series of tweets. Khan wrote that Moxley has given him the permission to make the information public that he will be entering the program.
“Jon Moxley has allowed me to share with you that he is entering an inpatient alcohol treatment program. Jon is a beloved member of the AEW family. We all stand with him and Renee, and all of his family and friends, as he shifts his focus to recovery.”
Khan also appreciated Moxley to make the brave choice and choosing to get help on Alcohol issues. He also added that AEW has their full support to Moxley and Renee Paquette and their family in this tough time, while also asking everyone to give them their privacy.
Known as Dean Ambrose in WWE, Moxley is a former Grand Slam Champion with WWE where he has won WWE Championship once. He was one of the first big stars that moved to AEW upon its inception. He became the company’s second World Champion at AEW Revolution 2020 PPV. He held until December 2020 before dropping it to Kenny Omega.
Recently, Moxley was part of AEW World Title Eliminator Tournament and was supposed to face Orange Cassidy in the semifinal at AEW Dynamite episode this week. Moxley was expected to win this match and face Bryan Danielson in the final at AEW Full Gear 2021 PPV. It remains unclear whether AEW will announce a replacement in the tournament or Orange Cassidy gets a bye to the final.
Moxley also had his autobiography released earlier on Tuesday just hours before Tony Khan informed the fans about Moxley heading into treatment. We wish Moxley the best of health.
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