“He’s Just The Best” – Renee Paquette Sends a Heartwarming Message To Jon Moxley on a Special Occasion

Published 12/08/2020, 11:16 AM EST


Jon Moxley celebrates his 35th birthday today without his AEW World Championship after he lost it to Kenny Omega on the Winter Is Here edition of AEW Dynamite. Thankfully, not everything is going wrong for the ‘Deathrider.’

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Renee Paquette wishes Moxley

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Renee Paquette took to Instagram today to wish her husband and former AEW World Champion Jon Moxley a happy birthday. She explained how she could write a lot of sappy things describing Mox’s excellence, but kept it short and to the point for the love of her life.

 

Jon Moxley turned 35 today and out of those years, 16 have been in the professional wrestling business. Jon Moxley has given it all to this business since making his debut. He is a cut to the chase, no-nonsense guy who puts in the work and receives the appreciation.

The ‘Deathrider’ is only 35, and we can safely assume that he isn’t going anywhere, leaving us fans high and dry for at least a decade more. Plus, Moxley himself stated that he wishes his kids can see him wrestle.

A look back at the career of Jon Moxley

Mox began his career in 2004 at Heartland Wrestling Association and trained under Les Thatcher and Cody Hawk. Moxley has wrestled in many promotions and is well known for his Hardcore style of wrestling.

From 2004 to 2011, Jon Moxley wrestled for promotions such as Ring Of Honor (ROH), International Wrestling Association (IWA), Dragon Gate USA (DGUSA), Full Impact Pro (FIP), and Combat Zone Wrestling (CZW) to name a few.

He won the World Championship twice in CZW. He also held the FIP World Heavyweight Championship for 441 days before relinquishing it due to signing with WWE.

In 2011, Moxley signed with WWE and went to FCW where he debuted as Dean Ambrose. He spent some time in developmental before making his main roster debut as part of The Shield at Survivor Series 2012.

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Jon Moxley/Dean Ambrose won several championships in the WWE, including the WWE Championship. He is the 16th Grand Slam Champion in the WWE. Sadly, due to creative frustrations, Moxley left WWE and we all know what happened next.

TOKYO, JAPAN – JULY 13: Jon Moxley looks on during the New Japan Pro-Wrestling G1 Climax 29 at Ota-City General Gymnasium on July 13, 2019 in Tokyo, Japan.

Moxley has won the IWGP United States Heavyweight Championship twice and the AEW World Championship since leaving WWE. He feels better than ever, wrestling on his terms and with creative liberty.

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The ‘Deathrider’ has worked hard to reach where he is today and is an inspiration to many fans out there. Here’s wishing the Innovator of Unscripted Violence a very happy birthday from EssentiallySports!

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Ishan Chavan

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Ishan Chavan is a WWE and AEW author at EssentiallySports. Being a Journalism graduate, Ishan has over six years of experience in the Media Production Industry, having worked with Viacom 18's streaming platform, Voot. A wrestling fan since childhood, Ishan's favorite wrestlers are Daniel Bryan, AJ Styles, and Chris Jericho as he feels these three have the perfect blend of wrestling and promo skills, especially Jericho.

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