Whether it's about the treatment he got when he was there, the limited creativity he was afforded or just feeling that the product sucks, the All Elite Wrestling performer has always had something negative to put out there.
Mox has had quite a good run since leaving Vince McMahon's promotion earlier this year. He's done some good work with NJPW, as well as other American-based promotions, and he's now building a reputation as one of the true modern-day hardcore wrestlers - his recent Lights Out match against Kenny Omega at AEW PPV Full Gear probably left Mick Foley's mouth watering (that is if he watched it).
Said bout even had his wife, Renee Young, posting a reaction on Twitter, something he's since branded "overdramatic." But it appears that the wrestler has been really enjoying himself out there, even through all of that probably unwarranted pain.
Mox spoke to 101WKQX recently and would note the differences between AEW's Dynamite and WWE's weekly shows.
He slammed how predictable the latter's airings are, pointing out that fans already know that there's a certain sequence to every single show and aren't really surprised anymore as they're always expecting one person to come out with a mic before getting interrupted by another wrestler and entrance music mid-speech, which usually results in the night's main event.
As for AEW, Moxley says there are no set formulas just yet and almost anything could happen.
"One week we open the show with Nick Jackson and Fenix, and you see this ridiculous match," he explained.
"One week we open with a promo, one week we open with who knows? Maybe we’ll open with the World Title match tomorrow night. Maybe Chris Jericho says I’m the champion and I’m going on first. That could happen. I’m not saying that’s happening, it could. You know, I think it’s a great idea. I’m going to text somebody right now. Let’s just open the show, man. World Title. We could do anything.”
It's Still Working, Right?
The above complaint isn't all that new, to be fair. Fans have been critical of WWE's never-changing opening pattern for some time now and you just know that someone's coming out to spoil the initial promo of every show.
While it has been predictable, WWE manages to keep the excitement going with something quite simple: you know someone's coming, you just hardly ever know who it's going to be.