The fallout from Jon Moxley's podcast interview is just beginning.
During Moxley's over 90 minute sit-down with Chris Jericho, the wrestler was known as Dean Ambrose got a lot of his chest about his time with WWE. At many points during the interview it was more like a therapy session for Moxley rather than just a podcast.
A big takeaway from the Talk is Jericho podcast was just how happy Moxley sounded as he was able to speak freely again. Moxley's enthusiasm for all things pro wrestling was contagious.
Contrast Moxley's revitalized love for wrestling with recent reports coming out of his count all interview with Jericho. On Social Media The Account
For what it's worth: I've talked to several people connected to WWE regarding the Moxley / Jericho podcast. They all agree w / mox. He's not saying anything else is thinking. One quote I got was "It's all true, it's a mess. And it's not changing anytime soon. Vince is Vince ”
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Piggybacking off rumors of widespread WWE locker room discontent, Dave Meltzer or Wrestling Observer Radio spoke on the sheer number of WWE stars being unhappy with the company.
"There is a way more that you are not aware of. I would go so far as to say that there are very few people and you can count on one to two hands, which have not at least inquired about what's outside; including names that would shock you. ”
A mess? Would shock us?
With backstage morale a mixed bag at the moment, who from WWE's main roster would shock you if you heard they were looking to wrestle outside of the promotion?