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Tony Khan Reveals WWE Is Still Covering Jon Moxley's Insurance

All Elite Wrestling President Tony Khan has revealed that WWE is still responsible for Jon Moxley's insurance.

That is, of course, pretty weird as the man formerly known as Dean Ambrose is no longer contracted to the company and is a full-fledged member of the AEW roster. However, Fightful has cited quotes from Khan claiming that the 33-year-old is still under WWE insurance by virtue of his wife, Renee Young.

Many wondered what would happen with Renee following Mox's departure earlier this year but it's pretty much confirmed that she's going to be with WWE for a while. The talented announcer will be the host of new FOX show WWE Backstage starting November 5.

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Given that she's Moxley's wife, the AEW star is still insured through her policy with WWE as she's a full-time employee, according to Khan.

Healthcare was a major concern when AEW just launched but the company wasted no time informing the media of their plan to take care of their employees if they suffer injuries on the job.

Speaking after AEW Dynamite's debut on TV on Wednesday, Khan revealed that most of the promotion's wrestlers are fully covered where healthcare is concerned.

“A lot of people in [AEW], that are wrestlers, are insured," he explained. "Of the people you saw tonight, a large percentage of them are insured through AEW because they work full-time. Most people haven’t been on all five shows.

"Of the people that have been on all five shows, almost all of them are full-time and have full-time benefits. Jon Moxley does get healthcare, but he gets it through his wife (Renee Young), who is a full-time employee also. Kenny (Omega) does get healthcare from here. He is a full-time employee of the company.“

Vince McMahon Can't Be Too Happy About This

Khan also disclosed having created full-time office positions for wrestlers in order to make sure that they're insured.

And, while it makes sense that Renee's spouse is covered under her policy, it's still pretty surprising.

WWE's probably not happy about their having to be responsible for Moxley if he gets hurt as he didn't exactly leave with a wave and a smile but it appears that they don't have much of a choice.

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