Jon Moxley Biography, Net Worth, Wife, WWE, Age, Facts, Family, Height

Jon Moxley

Jonathan David Good is a professional wrestler from the United States who is currently signed to All Elite Wrestling (AEW). He is well-known as Jon Moxley in the ring. He is most known for his time with WWE, where he was known as Dean Ambrose from 2011 until 2019.

He is also well-known for signing with All Elite Wrestling (AEW) and New Japan Pro-Wrestling (NJPW), where he is now and for the second time the IWGP United States Heavyweight Champion. In addition, Jon is an actor, having made his theatrical film debut in the crime thriller film “12 Rounds 3: Lockdown” in 2015.

He returned to the promotion to face Will Ospreay in the main event of the Windy City Riot event on April 16, 2022. After spending some time on the shelf due to injury, CM Punk returned to the ring on the 24th August 2022 episode of “AEW Dynamite,” and Moxley will face CM Punk in a rematch for the AEW World Championship will headline All Out. On September 4th, the event will take place at Chicago’s Now Arena.

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Jon Moxley Age and Nationality

Jon Moxley was born on December 7, 1985, in Cincinnati, Ohio, but grew up in Cincinnati’s East End. His full name is Jonathan David Good, and he is a Christian. He has American nationality and belongs to the American-white ethnicity because he was born in America.

Moxley celebrated his 36th birthday in 2021, and he will celebrate his 37th birthday on December 7th, 2022. His horoscope is Sagittarius based on his birthdate. As a result, he is white. Brian Pillman, Jon’s father, was absent for the majority of his upbringing. Ashton Ambrose, his younger sister, is also his sibling.

Moving on, Ambrose did not complete his high school education because he dropped out to pursue a wrestling career.

Celebrated Name Jon Moxley
Age 36 Years Old
Nick Name Jon Moxley
Birth Name Jonathan David Good
Birth Date 1985-12-07
Gender Male
Profession Wrestler
Nationality American
Place Of Birth Cincinnati, Ohio, USA
Birth Nation United States (USA)
Residence Cincinnati, Ohio,USA
Horoscope Sagittarius
Religion Christian
Father Brian Pillman
Marital Status Married
Wife Renee Young
Sexual Orientation Straight
Net Worth $10 million
Salary $3 million
Height 6 Feet 2 inches
Weight 102 Kg
Shoe Size 6.5(US)
Eye Color Light brown
Hair Color Light Brown
Body Type Athletic
Body Measurement 45.5-36-18.5 inches
Race White
Links Wikipedia Instagram Twitter

Wrestling Career of Jon Moxley

  • Jon Moxley began their wrestling career as a teenager by selling popcorn and setting up the ring for Les Thatcher in the Heartland Wrestling Association (HWA) promotion, after which he began training to become a professional wrestler at the age of 18 under the tutelage of Thatcher and HWA wrestler Cody Hawk.
  • He subsequently made his ring debut in 2004 as Jon Moxley and won the HWA Heavyweight Championship twice in 2006, defeating Pepper Parks on both occasions before losing the championship to Chad Collyer and Brian Jennings.

Jon Moxley

  • In September 2006, he and Hade Vansen won the IWA World Tag Team Championship in the Puerto Rican International Wrestling Association, but they lost the championships to Chicano and Jeff Jeffrey in November, ending their reign after 69 days.
  • In late 2009, he began working for Dragon Gate USA (DGUSA) and made his first televised appearance in March, defeating Tommy Dreamer in a hardcore bout taped for the Mercury Rising pay-per-view.
  • Moxley’s last DGUSA bout was against Homicide in January 2011, which he won, and he defeated Roderick Strong to capture the vacant FIP World Heavyweight Championship on April 17, 2010, at Full Impact Pro’s (FIP) Southern Stampede event.
  • In April 2011, he signed a developmental contract with WWE and debuted as Dean Ambrose in the developmental territory Florida Championship Wrestling (FCW).
  • On the July 3rd episode of “FCW,” he defeated Rollins in a non-title match in the first round of a tournament to determine the new FCW Florida Heavyweight Champion. However, he was defeated in the competition final by Leo Kruger.
  • On December 7, he wrestled at Full Sail University in tapings for an unaired pilot for “WWE NXT” under the working title “Full Sail Ahead,” where he was defeated by Leo Kruger.
  • Dean Ambrose made his WWE main roster debut on November 8, 2012, with Roman Reigns and Seth Rollins at the Survivor Series pay-per-view event. The Shield was the name given by the three.
  • The Shield defeated Ryback, John Cena, and Sheamus at Elimination Chamber in February and won their first WrestleMania bout on April 29th against Sheamus, Randy Orton, and Big Show.

Jon Moxley

  • Dean made his singles debut on “SmackDown” on April 26th, losing by submission to The Undertaker.
  • He made his first pay-per-view defense of the United States Championship at Payback, defeating Kane by count-out, and went on to retain his title against Rob Van Dam at SummerSlam, Dolph Ziggler at Night of Champions, and Big E Langston at Hell in a Cell.
  • Ambrose started his first Royal Rumble fight at number 11 and eliminated three competitors until being eliminated by Reigns on January 26, 2014.
  • On April 28, Ambrose eclipsed MVP as the WWE’s longest-reigning United States Champion, and the Shield defeated Evolution in a six-man tag team battle at Extreme Rules.
  • Dean began feuding with Rollins, which featured the two interfering in each other’s bouts, and during this time, Ambrose and Reigns peacefully split as a partnership, with Ambrose debuting new ring attire and entrance music.
  • On “Raw,” Ambrose fought Rollins in a Falls Count Anywhere bout, which Dean lost by knockout following yet another interference from Kane.
  • Later that month, at the namesake event, the duo faced off in a Hell in a Cell match, which Ambrose lost when the returning Bray Wyatt interfered and attacked him.
  • After losing to Wyatt at the Survivor Series and TLC pay-per-views, Ambrose defeated him in a Boot Camp Match at “Tribute to the Troops.”

Jon Moxley

  • He competed in the Royal Rumble match but was eliminated by Big Show and Kan on January 25th.
  • In addition, he began a feud with Intercontinental Champion Bad News Barrett. At Fastlane and WrestleMania 31, he fails to reclaim the belt from Barrett.
  • Ambrose and Roman Reigns defeated Wyatt and Harper at SummerSlam, but at Night of Champions on September 20th, Ambrose, Reigns, and a returning Chris Jericho were defeated in a six-man tag team match by Wyatt, Harper, and Strowman.
  • After defeating Owens at TLC in December, he won the Intercontinental Championship for the first time, and he competed in the 2016 Royal Rumble match for the WWE World Heavyweight Championship, which he lost after being eliminated by eventual winner Triple H.
  • Ambrose lost to Reigns and Brock Lesnar in a triple threat match to decide the number one challenger for the WWE World Heavyweight Championship at WrestleMania 32 at Fastlane on February 21st.
  • He failed to reclaim the WWE World Heavyweight Championship from Triple H at the Roadblock event in March, and he also failed to defeat Lesnar at WrestleMania 32.
  • Later, in May 2016, he qualified for the 2016 Money in the Bank ladder match, which he won.
  • On the 18th of July, he made his first championship defense against Rollins, which finished in a draw after a double pinfall.
  • He held his title against Reigns and Rollins after pinning Reigns at Battleground, but he lost it to AJ Styles on September 11th when Styles performed a low blow and Styles Clash while the referee was incapacitated.
  • On the 3rd January 2017 episode of “SmackDown,” he defeated The Miz to capture the Intercontinental Championship for the second time. He also competed in the 2017 Royal Rumble match, where he lasted nearly 27 minutes until being eliminated by Brock Lesnar.
  • Dean competed in the WWE Championship Elimination Chamber match at the same event on February 12th, where he eliminated Baron Corbin with a roll-up pin only for Corbin to attack him later, allowing Miz to eliminate Ambrose.
  • On the July 10th episode of “Raw,” Seth Rollins saved Ambrose from an attack by The Miz and The Miztourage, whereas on the August 14th episode of Raw, after failing to gain Ambrose’s trust for several weeks, the two argued in the ring and eventually brawled with each other before fighting off Cesaro and Sheamus.
  • Ambrose and Rollins won the WWE Raw Tag Team Championship from Cesaro and Sheamus at SummerSlam on August 20th, making Ambrose a Triple Crown and Grand Slam champion in the process.
  • After Ambrose pinned Sheamus, the tandem successfully defended their belts against Cesaro and Sheamus at No Mercy.
  • On the October 9th edition of “Raw,” Ambrose and Rollins reunited alongside Roman Reigns.
  • Dean reappeared on the 13th to assist Rollins against an attack from Drew McIntyre and Dolph Ziggler. Ambrose and Rollins defeated Ziggler and McIntyre to win the Raw Tag Team Championship for the second time after Reigns announced the return of his real-life leukemia and relinquished the Universal Championship on the 22nd October episode of “Raw.”
  • But, after the bout, Ambrose assaulted Rollins, turning heel for the first time since 2014.
  • Ambrose burnt his Shield vest and said that being a member of the organization had made him weak before defeating Rollins at TLC in December to capture the Intercontinental Championship and begin his third reign.
  • He was ranked 14th as he entered the 2019 Royal Rumble match, however he was defeated by Aleister Black.
  • Following the cancellation of “Raw,” it was claimed that Dean informed WWE officials that he would not be extending his contract and would leave the business shortly after WrestleMania 35.
  • Later, on the 4th March episode of “Raw,” Ambrose reunited with Rollins and the recently returned Reigns, whereas his final contractual match took place on the 21st April at a special event called The Shield’s Final Chapter, where he, Reigns, and Rollins defeated the team of Corbin, Lashley, and McIntyre. His contract expires on April 30th.

Jon Moxley

  • In May 2019, Good discussed his resignation from WWE on Chris Jericho’s podcast “Talk is Jericho.” He chose to leave WWE when Vince McMahon forced him to perform a Raw promo in which his character was immunized against several diseases in order to avoid contracting a virus from the audience.
  • Furthermore, he made his unexpected debut for All Elite Wrestling (AEW) on May 25th (May 2019-2020) during Double or Nothing, and it was announced that Moxley had signed a multi-year contract.
  • He made his AEW debut at the Fyter Fest event in June, defeating Joey Janela in an unofficial match.
  • When Jon announced his intention to compete for the AEW World Belt, he was entered into a tournament to determine the number one contender for the championship, which he won by defeating Sammy Guevara and Pac.
  • He challenged Jericho for the AEW World Championship at Revolution on February 29th, and won, becoming the first person to hold belts in both AEW and NJPW at the same time.
  • On the 15th April episode of Dynamite, he made his first defense of the belt, defeating Jake Hager in an Empty Arena No Holds Barred battle.
  • On January 6, 2021, he returned for the New Year’s Smash event, however he was attacked by Omega and his friends The Good Brothers.
  • On the 29th January 2021 episode of “Strong,” Moxley reappeared after an eleven-month absence and attacked Kenta.
  • On February 20, 2021, he defeated Davey Boy Smith Jr. in the main event of Josh Barnett’s Bloodsport 5, then in September 2021, he defeated Matt Cardona as a surprise opponent to capture the GCW World Championship at GCW’s The Art of War Games pay-per-view.
  • Following that, he returned in January 2022, sporting a healthier and more clean-cut appearance, and defeated Danielson at Revolution in March, but the two began brawling after their match; William Regal, who had previously mentored both men on separate occasions, made a surprise appearance to break up the fight and force them to shake hands.
  • He defended his GCW World Championship against Homicide at The Wrld on GCW event on January 23, 2022, then returned to the promotion to fight Will Ospreay at the Windy City Riot event on April 16, 2022, where he won the main event.

Jon Moxley

  • Moxley defeated Kyle O’Reilly as well as Tanahashi on the 8th June episode of “Dynamite” to win the temporary AEW World Championship.
  • On the 10th of August, during the Quake by the Lake special episode of Dynamite, the lineal AEW World Champion Punk reappeared and faced Jon, sparking a title feud.
  • A match to determine the undisputed AEW World Champion was then scheduled at All Out, but due to heated exchanges between the two, it was announced that the match would instead take place on the 24th August episode of “Dynamite,” in which Jon easily defeated Punk to win his record-breaking second AEW World Championship. In the process, he becomes the uncontested AEW World Champion.
  • Aside from wrestling, Jon Moxley made his acting debut in the WWE-produced action film “12 Rounds 3: Lockdown” (2015) and also appeared in the WWE film “Countdown” as an uncredited cameo (2016).
  • He also appeared as Randy Stone in the 2020 sports action film “Cagefighter: Worlds Collide.”
  • He’s also been a playable character in the video games “WWE 2K14,” “WWE 2K15,” “WWE 2K16,” “WWE 2K17,” “WWE 2K18,” and “WWE 2K19.”
  • In 2021, he published his bibliography, “Moxley, Jon.”


  • WWE Championship (1 time)
  • WWE Intercontinental Championship (3 times)
  • WWE Raw Tag Team Championship (2 times) – with Seth Rollins
  • WWE United States Championship (1 time)
  • Twenty-seventh Triple Crown Champion
  • Eighth Grand Slam Champion (under current format; sixteenth overall)
  • Money in the Bank (2016)
  • Slammy Award (5 times)
  • Breakout Star of the Year (2013, 2014) – 2013 award shared with The Shield
  • The faction of the Year (2013, 2014) – with The Shield
  • Trending Now (Hashtag) of the Year (2013)

Wrestling Observer Newsletter

  • Bruiser Brody Memorial Award (Best Brawler) (2020)
  • Feud of the Year (2020) vs. Eddie Kingston
  • The United States/Canada MVP (2020)
  • Wrestler of the Year (2020)
  • Worst Feud of the Year (2013) – as part of The Authority vs. Big Show

Rolling Stone

  • Best Briefly Resuscitated Storyline (2015) vs. Seth Rollins
  • Most Likeable Loose Cannon (2014)

Sports Illustrated

  • Wrestler of the Year (2019)

Westside Xtreme Wrestling

  • wXw World Tag Team Championship (1 time) – with Sami Callihan
  • wXw World Tag Team Title Tournament (2009) with Sami Callihan

Who is the wife of Jon Moxley?

Jon Moxley is a husband. In the early hours of April 9, 2017, he married Canadian backstage interviewer and on-air personality Renee Young in an impromptu wedding at their house. On June 13, 2021, the couple gave birth to a daughter named Nora Murphy Good.

Jon Moxley wife Renee Young

In November 2021, the pair moved to his hometown of Cincinnati, primarily to be closer to his family and Paquette’s hometown of Toronto. They are currently living near Las Vegas. Jon is straight in terms of sexual orientation.

Jon Moxley Net Worth

Jon Moxley has a net worth of $10 million as of 2022, and he also makes a substantial salary of roughly $3 million every year. He is a passionate and diligent individual, thus his net worth and salary will undoubtedly increase in the coming years.

He has also starred in a television commercial for “XFINITY,” from which he earns a substantial sum of money. Jon’s primary sources of income are his wrestling and acting careers.

Jon Moxley Height

Jon Moxley stands 6 feet 4 inches (193 cm) tall and weighs approximately 225 pounds (102 kg). He has attractive light brown hair and eyes. His physical measurements are 45.5-36-18.5 inches and he has an athletic body build.

Jon also has two tattoos, the primary one on his wedding finger, which he wears as his wedding ring when he’s in the ring. His finger has a heartbeat tattooed around it.

Did You Know?

  • Jon grew up in Cincinnati’s East End, which he described as “so impoverished” that theft was a regular event for everyone he knew because they didn’t have any money.
  • He made ends meet by working low-wage jobs in factories, restaurants, and warehouses.
  • As a youth, he was a frequent user of narcotics such as cocaine.
  • He stated that if he had not pursued wrestling, he would have most likely been a forest firefighter.
  • Good has described himself as a loner, a trait he has frequently incorporated into his cinematic role.
  • He has also described himself as a minimalist, stating that after he accepted WWE’s contract offer, he went to their training camp in his decrepit car with only a bag of clothes and the money in his pocket.
  • Good moved to Birmingham, Alabama, in 2018 to be closer to the suggested doctors during his recovery from a torn biceps, when he acquired a staph infection that he said nearly killed him.

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