AEW superstar Jon Moxley was recently a guest on “The Sessions” podcast, where he was asked about CM Punk’s recent Instagram Post regarding Moxley. He also talked about a few other topics.

Below are some highlights from the interview:

On if he would like to address anything regarding CM Punk:

“No, because nothing has unfolded. It’s f**king annoying. Just because somebody said some stupid sh*t on social media, like that’s not news, but it is and it ends up being a thing. I don’t want to get dragged into this dumb sh*t. I could fu**ing unload on a lot of fu**ing people right now.”

“If I start getting dragged into this sh*t, it tempts me to do that, but I’m not gonna fu**ing sink to that level. But I will say this. I’m just gonna give you like a tidbit of information from my point of view. The entire summer, I was not under contract. No contract, free agent. I was at SummerSlam weekend wrestling Desperado the day of SummerSlam. I fu**ing suplexed him on a bunch of aluminum cans and sh*t cut in half. It was fu**ing dope. I could have walked into SummerSlam that night with the AEW fu**ing belt if I had been so inclined. Nobody knew that because I don’t put my sh*t out there in the world and let everybody know every fu**ing thing about my business.”

On the problems with AEW talent:

“I will say this, and I hate to say it. I don’t think I’ve ever said anything even remotely negative about AEW, but I will say this. As an observer, it seems like, you know, I spent eight years on the Indies. I spent a couple of years in WWE developmental. I spent like eight years in WWE. I have never seen so much bullsh*t drama in one place in my entire fu**ing life. I hate to say that, but it’s like, and I don’t know if it’s because of the age of social media that sh*t gets blown out of proportion. Like one person types one stupid fu**ing drunk tweet and all of a sudden, it’s all anybody wants to talk about.”

“I’m not an official coach. I definitely don’t ever want to be a producer, so to speak. I don’t want to be an official producer. I don’t want to wear the headset. I don’t want to have to write stuff down and talk to them. I like being a coach, but I’m not in any kind of official capacity as a coach, but I’ve coached people that I think are worth it. I’ll give time to anybody.”

On why he doesn’t do many media interviews:

“I generally don’t like to talk too much about how the sausage is made because it’s not like, protecting secrets so much as it is like, once you know how the trick is done, it’s not as fun to watch it. It kind of feels like I’m kind of ruining the stuff a little bit. But also, fans love appreciating and understanding the art of what we do.”

They also go further in-depth on all of these topics, as well as where Moxley gets his ideas from.

[h/t to for the transcription.]


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