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Jon Moxley aka Dean Ambrose: WWE's schedule is stupid, it makes no sense

Pinkvilla 2019-10-09 17:43:32

Jon Moxley revealed in an interview that according to him, his former company WWE's schedule was stupid and made no sense. The wrestler, formerly known as Dean Ambrose, also felt that with the AEW's existence, WWE will start reducing the current employees' "stupid" schedule now.

The battle between WWE and AEW is heating up as the days progress, especially with the recently debuted Tuesday Night Wars between WWE NXT and AEW Dynamite. Then there was this week's Hell in a Cell 2019 pay-per-view, whose main event ending between Seth Rollins and The Fiend was heavily booed by the WWE Universe as they started chanting AEW well after the PPV ended! During the recently held New York Comic-Con 2019, several AEW superstars like Chris Jericho and Jon Moxley, who were formerly WWE superstars, have opened up about the feud between the two rival companies and why they chose to be in AEW instead of WWE.

During one such group interview, according to Wrestling Inc, Jon got candid about how he felt AEW's existence is helping WWE superstars. "I think everybody is going to start doing better right now. We're seeing wrestlers get more money from WWE because they're trying to lock everybody down, which is great. It should have been like that all along!," Moxley stated and added, "I think [WWE is] gonna start reducing their schedule, too. Which is good because their schedule is stupid. It makes no sense. So, I think you're going to see a better quality of life for guys in the competition, so to speak, just because of the existence of AEW."

For now, the 33-year-old wrestler shared that he is finding WWE fun again, especially after they have started reacting to AEW. "The other night I was watching RAW with my wife and was like, 'This is fun!' We were watching them react. Oh, now they brought pyro back. They brought in Hulk Hogan and Ric Flair. Watching them try to make moves. The fan part of me is like, 'This is so much fun!'," Jon confessed.

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