I know I make a lot of topics about this guy, but I haven't been this fascinated by a new wrestler since Drew McIntyre came along. I mean yeah, Drew's my favourite wrestler and I wouldn't be so sure Ambrose will reach that level, but you never know!
Try the other feds board, people there are more likely to have listened to his shoot interviews when he was Jon Moxley.
I ran a google search for his interviews and found this-
When asked about his promo process Moxley explains that sometimes his promos are spontaneous, but ideas often come into his head during the week. He likes relating real life situations to his promos because it makes things feel not as forced. He likes to make sure he expresses genuine emotions and isnt simply playing a character.
Suborbion posted... I know I make a lot of topics about this guy, but I haven't been this fascinated by a new wrestler since Drew McIntyre came along. I mean yeah, Drew's my favourite wrestler and I wouldn't be so sure Ambrose will reach that level, but you never know!
Well, I certainly hope he doesn't reach 'that level' for WWE, or he'll be jobbing pretty hard, and I like the guy so I don't want that to happen.
-- *In Memory of Chip & Jack* Not Changing This Sig Until Kharma wins the World Heavyweight Championship ~ 4/24/12
I've seen the SMV Best Of The Indies DVD on him a week ago. His home life wasn't very good, his father wasn't a part of his life and his mother was never sober. The only thing that he really cared about growing up was pro wrestling, it was always his one escape from the real world. He's also been through some low points in his personal life too. When he was in his early 20's he got a good job wrestling in Puerto Rico which was decent money but being young and having so much extra money in a place like that lead to him popping pills and taking lots of drugs, he did learn from it and cleaned himself up, but he lost so much weight from all the drug use that he blew a chance of getting signed by WWE at the time. But then he did spend more time learning from the indies and making something of himself before getting that WWE developmental contract so in the end it worked out.
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