Dax Harwood praised Jon Moxley and his work

"I think he’s shown what a great psychologist in the ring he is since he’s come here"

by Sead Dedovic
Dax Harwood praised Jon Moxley and his work

The "FTR" podcast brings us exciting guests and interesting topics. Dax Harwood talked about Jon Moxley this time. Right from the start, Harwood emphasized Moxley's love and passion for his work. Moxley is a man who is of great help to AEW.

“Yeah, he’s a great guy. He’s a man’s man. He loves wrestling. He loves, loves wrestling. A huge star and I don’t think that AEW would be where it is without Jon Moxley. I think he is our, should be our number one priority in the business, right now, for our company.

And I think Tony has, but I think he should be looked at that way, taken care of that way, featured that way, and etc. And, you know, he and I, aside from loving our families, aside from considering ourselves men’s men, we don’t have very much in common.

I’m sure we don’t listen to the same music. I’m sure we don’t share the same qualities of life, you know, but I respect the hell out of him. "- he said, as quoted by pwmania.com

Dax Harwood respects Moxley

Dax Harwood indicated what things he particularly likes and respects about him, but he also recalled one great match.

“I respect him for putting AEW above a lot of things he probably shouldn’t have and I respect how much he loves wrestling. Plus, I think he’s shown what a great psychologist in the ring he is since he’s come here.

One of my favorite matches I’ve ever seen of his was him vs. Hunter at Roadblock in 2016. An incredible match, I love that match. And then he’s had obviously kickass matches and he and I were, you know, neck and neck for from a lot of people, the wrestler of the year.

And I pushed, plead and begged to have a match with him in AEW, but Tony just didn’t see that the way that I did. We just never got around to it and that’s fine. But I can’t thank him enough for the work he’s put into AEW because without that work he’s put into AEW, I wouldn’t be able to take care of my wife and daughter to the extent that I’ve taken care of them and we all owe him a lot for that”.

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