Jon Moxley In-Ring Return
Source: Wrestling Banana, Twitter, Screenshot

In early November of 2021, Jon Moxley entered rehabilitation for his alcohol addiction and now there’s light at the end of the tunnel as his in-ring return is set.

Jon Moxley In-Ring Return

It’s a brand-new year, filled with new opportunities. For Jon Moxley, 2022 will bring a return to wrestling action.

This weekend, Homicide won the Do or Die Rumble at GCW Die 4. This earns the TNA legend a chance to challenge Jon Moxley for his GCW World title.

After, it was confirmed that Homicide would get a shot against Moxley for the championship at Hammerstein Ballroom on Sunday, January 23rd. Jon scored the championship when he beat Nick Gage last year.

When will Jon Moxley return to AEW? This has yet to be announced, but here’s hoping soon.

More On Jon Moxley In-Ring Return

Moxley had an incredible eight-year run with the WWE. He would enter NXT in 2011.

Along with Roman Reigns and Seth Rollins, he exploded onto the main roster scene in 2012. The Shield continues to be one of the most dominant WWE factions in recent memory.

Moxley was WWE Champion, Intercontinental Champion (three times), U.S. Champion, and Tag Team Champion (twice).

As such, he was also a Triple Crown Champion and Grand Slam Champ (under current format). Plus, Jon was Mr. Money in the Bank (MITB) for 2016.

Moxley became All Elite in 2019, during AEW’s Double or Nothing event. He’s already had a nice run as AEW World Champion.

Notable one of the better things that came out of his stint with the WWE was his relationship with now-wife, Renee Paquette. The two married in April 2017 and welcomed their daughter Norah in the summer of last year.

Looks like Jon Moxley had two very good reasons to enter rehab last year. WNZ wishes him a successful return to in-ring action.

Over to the land of NXT, one of their largest superstars is feeling the heat. More information on this story, below.

NXT Wrestler Accused of Transphobic Post

Odyssey Jones is under fire after an apparent social media transphobic post. He’s a fan favorite on NXT, despite his uneven win-loss record.

Jon Moxley In-Ring Return

Source: Peps Wrestling, Twitter, Screenshot

Jones shared something on his Instagram story recently. It was about a transgender man giving birth.

The headline revealed that the male was upset after the nurses in the delivery room referred to him as “mom”. The caption Jones put under the story was three laughy emojis, as seen above.

Odyssey Jones Goes “Private” On Social Media

Source: @sescoops, Twitter, Screenshot

Since this happened, Jones has hit the private button on all his social media platforms. TransGraps, the Twitter handle that covers what goes on in the trans wrestling community caught wind of Jones’s social media post.

As such, they called him out for what he did. See one tweet below (there were many others, but the language is too unfriendly to post).

After a football career at Syracuse University, Odyssey Jones entered the land of the WWE/NXT in 2019.

Will he suffer any repercussions for his recent social media actions? It’s hard to say, and only time will tell.

Share: