AEW star Jon Moxley enters alcohol rehab - Digital Spy

AEW's Jon Moxley, formerly known as Dean Ambrose in WWE, has entered alcohol rehab.

The news was revealed on Twitter by AEW boss Tony Khan, who expressed his support for Jon and confirmed that the company would be standing by the wrestler and his wife Renee Paquette (formerly Renee Young in WWE).

"Jon Moxley has allowed me to share with you that he is entering an inpatient alcohol treatment program," Tony said. "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."

He added: "Jon is making a very brave choice to get help, and we're embracing his choice and supporting him however we can. I'm proud to call Jon a friend, and like many of you, I'm also a fan of Mox and look forward to a time in the future when he is eventually ready to return to the ring.

"Until then, thank you for supporting Jon and respecting his privacy at this time. If you or a loved one need help, please reach out to SAMHSA’s National Helpline: 1-800-662-HELP (4357)."

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Born Jonathan Good, during his time at WWE, Jon became a superstar as Dean Ambrose, one third of The Shield alongside Seth Rollins and Roman Reigns.

He left WWE in 2019, and went on to sign for AEW as Jon Moxley, winning the AEW World Championship at Revolution on February 29, 2020 by beating Chris Jericho.

Moxley has also concurrently wrestled on the independent circuit and in New Japan, twice winning the IWGP United States Heavyweight Championship.

Earlier this year, Mox and Renee welcomed their first child, baby Nora who was born in June.

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In the UK, Drinkline is the national alcohol helpline. If you're worried about your own or someone else's drinking, you can call this free helpline in complete confidence. Call 0300 123 1110 (weekdays 9am to 8pm, weekends 11am to 4pm).

Other useful contacts are available via the NHS here.

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