Jon Moxley Reveals The Conditions For Possibly Competing At WrestleMania Again - TheSportster

AEW wrestler Jon Moxley had a lot to say about WWE in his new book, Mox, which was released on Tuesday.

Before joining AEW, Moxley performed in WWE as "Dean Ambrose." He was one of the company's marquee stars during the Reality Era as well as the New Era. In WWE, he made up one-third of the legendary Shield faction, along with Seth Rollins and Roman Reigns.

But in Jan. 2019, WWE confirmed reports that Moxley chose to leave WWE following the expiration of his contract in April of that year. He would debut for AEW at the Double or Nothing pay-per-view on May 25, attacking Chris Jericho and Kenny Omega following their match, which was the show's main event.

Moxley is more than happy in AEW, where he has shined as one of their top babyfaces and main event stars. There's obviously little reason to think that he'll return to WWE, at least in the foreseeable future. But theoretically speaking, what would it take for Moxley to perform at WrestleMania again?

The former AEW World Champion detailed the two conditions it would take for him to potentially compete on the Grandest Stage of Them All in his aforementioned book (h/t Sportskeeda Wrestling).

"While things seem to be turning a corner as far as COVID is concerned, we’re still a ways from back to normal," Moxley wrote. "It wasn’t even hard to book a hotel in Tampa; normally the whole city is sold out during Mania week. I’ll probably never perform at WrestleMania itself again. If I did, you would know I got paid an absolutely astronomical amount of money and been granted unprecedented creative control. There’s really no need to."

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It's well-known by now that Vince McMahon isn't keen on giving wrestlers creative control, so it's safe to say that the latter won't happen. But if the opportunity, timing and money are right, perhaps Moxley will find himself back in WWE some day — though it's tough to predict that right now.

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But it's easy to understand why Moxley, who's been vocal about his opinion on Vince McMahon and the WWE creative process, would seek creative control if he were to return to the company.

Moxley Wrestled Five Matches At WrestleMania

Moxley's first WrestleMania match was a six-man tag team bout at WrestleMania 29, where The Shield defeated Randy Orton, Sheamus and Big Show. A year later, The Shield defeated Kane and The New Age Outlaws at WrestleMania XXX. He also competed in a Ladder match for the Intercontinental Championship at WrestleMania 31, which was won by Daniel Bryan.

A year later, Moxley went up against Brock Lesnar in a No Holds Barred Street Fight at WrestleMania 32, losing to the Beast Incarnate. Moxley's final WrestleMania match came a year later, when he defeated Baron Corbin in an Intercontinental Championship match.

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