Former WWE Superstar and current AEW Star Jon Moxley has had a successful wrestling career ever since he broke into the business in 2004. He has competed for a number of professional wrestling promotions such as Heartland Wrestling Association (HWA), Westside Xtreme Wrestling (wXw), Combat Zone Wrestling (CZW), Full Impact Pro (FIP), Dragon Gate USA (DGUSA), WWE and AEW and he has even won several titles in the WWE such as the WWE United States Title, the WWE Title, the WWE Intercontinental Title and the WWE RAW Tag Team Title, which made him WWE’s 27th Triple Crown Champion and 16th Grand Slam Champion.
Jon Moxley is now looking to get into other avenues as he wrote an autobiography titled “MOX” and the book is set to be released next Tuesday, November 2. Jon Moxley’s autobiography “MOX” will reportedly be available in both hardcover and Kindle editions and will be available for pre-order at this link.
“MOX” was published by Permuted Press, which is the same publishing company of Renee Paquette’s book, “Messy Kitchen,” a cookbook that was written by his wife and released last May 18.
You can check out the synopsis of Jon Moxley’s upcoming autobiography below:
A vivid trip through the mind of the top professional wrestler in the business—a nobody from nowhere who achieved his ambitions and walked away with the gold and the girl of his dreams.
Ride alongside Jon Moxley as he retraces some of the highways traveled on his remarkable journey. Revel in the never-before-told stories about his early life in Cincinnati, Ohio; the gritty independent wrestling scene where he cut his teeth; the complicated corporate landscape of the WWE where he bucked against authority; and the rebellious upstart AEW, where he won the championship in 2020 and was finally free to achieve the vision of the wrestler he’d always wanted to be.
With plenty of pitstops and revelatory insights, including grisly ultraviolent encounters, crazy characters who became lifelong friends, and his unforgettable matches in Japan, MOX is the riveting account of the life of a brawler. It is a tale written in blood and soaked in debauchery, with a good dose of wisdom accumulated along the way.More than a backstage pass into the arena, MOX is a ticket into the ring. Once inside, you’ll never look at pro wrestling the same again.