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Jon Moxley Names The GOAT Of Wrestling, Not Seth Rollins And Roman Reigns, But He Takes THIS Man’s Name.

9 months ago By Sports Desk

The wrestling universe has been excited with the release of the Pro Wrestling Illustrated list. But the sparking spirited debates about who ought to occupy the coveted number one position. While fans can’t help but notice the Shield reunion in the rankings with Seth Rollins, Roman Reigns, and Jon Moxley claiming the top three spots, the question lingers: who do the trio themselves think is deserving of the title? The answer to this is “Bryan Danielson.” Also, he added that he is the greatest pro wrestler to ever step up in the ring.

Moxley elaborated on his reverence for Danielson, detailing his impeccable prowess in the ring that transcends context or location. According to Moxley, Bryan Danielson has an unparalleled ability to captivate audiences, regardless of where he’s fighting, be it a local ring in Tijuana or the grand stage of WrestleMania. Moxley also lauded Danielson’s capability to make any match feel like an intense, real-life struggle, no matter who he’s up against.

Danielson’s influence is not lost on Moxley, who credits him as a source of inspiration in his career. This sentiment seems to be widespread, as many professional wrestlers admit to drawing motivation from the “American Dragon.” Given the history between the two, where records show they’ve grappled over a hundred times and have teamed up since 2022 under the Blackpool Combat Club banner, Moxley’s admiration is grounded in deep personal experience.

In fact, Moxley’s insight into Bryan Danielson’s skills and work ethic is so thorough that he supports the decision made by The Wrestling Observer’s voters, who believe Danielson should clinch the accolade for the world’s best technical wrestler.

Beyond discussing the rankings, Moxley took a moment to reflect on his own journey in the wrestling world. The toll of being a professional wrestler isn’t just about the countless matches, but also the wear and tear that comes with the territory. Moxley delved into how his physically demanding lifestyle has affected him, especially noting the adverse impacts of constant travel. The rigors of being on the road, paired with the strain of performing, have taken a considerable toll on his body. A recent medical evaluation compared his condition to that of a man decades older due to the onset of arthritis.

Despite nearing 2,000 matches in his illustrious career, it’s not just the physical battles in the ring that weigh him down. The years of constant transition – from cars to buses to planes – have left their mark. Moxley humorously mentioned that if wrestling events were scheduled for mornings, he might just consider retirement, given how challenging it can be for him to even move around before noon.

Beginning his wrestling journey in 2004, Moxley has faced a plethora of challenges, from gruelling match schedules to extensive travel times. These experiences have not only given him unique insights into the wrestling world but also a profound understanding of the physical demands the sport exerts on its professionals. Regardless of the toll it’s taken, Moxley wouldn’t trade his experiences for anything. After all, wrestling has shaped his life, allowing him to travel the globe, amass wealth, and even find love.

As the discussions about rankings continue, one thing is evident: the wrestling world is brimming with talent, and each wrestler brings a unique flair to the ring. Whether one agrees with Moxley’s pick or not, his insights provide a valuable perspective on the intricate tapestry of professional wrestling.

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