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Jon Moxley takes a bold step by entering alcohol treatment program

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AEW star Jon Moxley recently released his book, MOX and now it turns out he has taken a huge step in his life. He has entered rehab to overcome the issue of alcohol as revealed by AEW President Tony Khan. He took to his social media account to let the fans know about the news. The AEW boss revealed that Jon Moxley would be entering an inpatient alcohol treatment program and added that it was made public only after Jon Moxley gave him permission to do so.

Jon Moxley has been backed for the huge decision

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Tony Khan took to his Twitter to let the fans know about the step that Moxley has decided to take. He sent out a Tweet writing:

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“Jon Moxley has allowed me to share with you that he is entering an inpatient alcohol treatment program. Jon is a beloved member of the AEW family. We all stand with him and Renee, and all of his family and friends, as he shifts his focus to recovery.”

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Khan also mentioned in a follow-up tweet that AEW is standing by Jon Moxley’s choice, and supporting him as much as they can. The tweet also revealed a helpline number to which people can reach out to offer more help.

You can check out the Tweets below:

Jon Moxley(previously known as Dean Ambrose in WWE) had made his debut in AEW at Double or Nothing 2019 and was a major addition to the company. He also won the AEW World Championship and helped the title gain a lot of popularity.

Moxley was scheduled to square off against Orange Cassidy on the upcoming AEW Dynamite episode, in a match for the AEW World Title Eliminator Tournament. The winner, previously expected to be Moxley, would then advance to the AEW Full Gear pay-per-view on November 13 to face Bryan Danielson in the finals. There is no word on how AEW will handle Moxley’s spot in the tournament, but we will have to see how it goes after the edition of Dynamite.

We are hopeful that Moxley will come out of the rehab as a better person!

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