Never say never. If there is one thing that has been proven true in wrestling time and time again, it is that you can never say never. There is always a chance that something could happen, from Daniel Bryan and Edge getting back in the ring to Bret Hart returning to WWE and winning the United States Title. Things can happen in wrestling and apparently a door is still somewhat open.
AEW has become a pretty big deal in the wrestling world and that is going to be the case for a long time to come, even though the company has only been running events for a little under two years. Their first event, Double Or Nothing, ended with the surprise debut of Jon Moxley, formerly known as Dean Ambrose in WWE. Moxley had been a rather vocal critic of WWE in the past, but things might not be so set in stone.
During a Bleacher Report Ask Me Anything session, Moxley was asked if he would return to WWE under the right circumstances. Moxley said that it was highly unlikely but he would take a phone call and listen to an offer as the two sides had a mutually beneficial relationship for several years. While Moxley doubted the two sides would be on the same page, he made it clear that wrestling is ultimately a business and if the situation was right, he would consider doing business with them. There is nothing to suggest that Moxley is leaving or considering leaving AEW.
Moxley had a great run in WWE. Check out one of his last matches there:
Opinion: As Moxley said, this is a long shot but there is always a chance that something could happen. Even if it’s just an appearance or a cameo of some sort, there is a possibility that Moxley could show up. The lure of a WrestleMania payday is hard to turn down and there is no shame in that. Moxley mentioned having a child on the way and needing to put it through college. There is nothing wrong with taking a huge paycheck for one night for your child’s future and on the off chance that it happens, it would be pretty cool.
Thomas Hall has been a wrestling fan for over thirty years and has seen over 50,000 wrestling matches. He has also been a wrestling reviewer since 2009 with over 5,000 full shows covered. You can find his work at kbwrestlingreviews.com, or check out his- Amazon author page with 30 wrestling books.
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