Jon Moxley Net Worth 2023

Last Modified May 15, 2023 23:27 IST

Jon Moxley
Jon Moxley

NameJonathan David Good (Jon Moxley)
ResidenceCincinnati, Ohio, U.S.A.
Marital StatusMarried (Since 2017)
SpouseRenee Jane Paquette
Net Worth (2023)$12 Million
Source of WealthProfessional Wrestling, Acting
Salary$6 Million a year (from AEW)
EndorsementsAthletic Brewing, Mox, AEW Merchandise, etc.
PhilanthropyMake A Wish, Go Fund Me Startup

Jonathan David Good is an American Professional wrestler and Actor, who is currently signed with All Elite Wrestling (AEW). He is known by his ring name Jon Moxley in AEW & Dean Ambrose in WWE. Moxley used to work for Les Thatcher at the Heartland Wrestling Promotion (HWA). He used to assist the association by selling popcorn and setting up the ring. He eventually started his pro-wrestling training in 2004 under the training of Thatcher and Cody Hawk. He made his in-ring debut after a few months under the ring name Jon Moxley. He won the HWA Tag team Championship twice and HWA Heavyweight Championship thrice.

Moxley then started wrestling for multiple independent wrestling promotions such as, International Wrestling Association (IWA), Dragon Gate USA (DG-USA), Full Impact Pro’s (FIP), and Combat Zone Wrestling (CZW). Moxley has also won the IWA World Tag Team Championship, FIP World heavyweight Championship once, and CZW World Heavyweight Championship twice. Moxley simultaneously wrestled multiple Dark matches in Ring of Honor (ROH). Moxley then was invited to sign a developmental contract with WWE and was assigned to work for the Florida Championship Wrestling (FCW).

Moxley debuted as a heel and challenged FCW Jack Brisco 15 Champion Seth Rollins for a title match. Moxley had a long term feud with Rollins and even cost Rollins FCW 15 Championship. He had a feud with the veterans of the business, William Regal and Mick Foley but ended in a no contest. Moxley had also wrestled in Dark matches of NXT and was soon called for the main roster.

He made his main roster debut in 2012 at Survivor Series pay-per-view under the name of Dean Ambrose along with other shield members Roman Reigns and Seth Rollins. The trio attacked Ryback and triple-powerbombed him on the announce table to help CM Punk retain the WWE Championship. They introduced themselves as “The Shield” and claimed themselves as the Hounds of Justice. The Shield made their in-ring debut at the TLC PPV and won the Six Man TLC match against Ryback and Team Hell No. Ambrose began to compete in the singles match and lost his first match against The Undertaker. He then challenged Kofi Kingston for the United States Championship at Extreme Rules PPV and won it.

Being the first member of The Shield to win a Championship in the main roster. Ambrose broke the record for the longest reigning United States Champion surpassing MVP with a reign of 351 days. The Shield aligned themselves with The Authority as a heel. The trio after having a long feud with The Wyatt Family, turned face and stood against The Authority, Triple H then had a stable with Batista and Randy Ortan and brought “The Evolution” back. Triple H forced Ambrose to defend his title on a 20 man Battle Royal and made him lose the title. The Shield had their revenge on The Evolution, at PayBack PPV and won. The following night Seth Rollins betrayed Roman Reigns and Dean Ambrose and aligned himself with The Authority. Dean Ambrose started a long time feud with Seth Rollins. Ambrose then tried to capture the WWE World heavyweight Championship but failed on multiple occasions but failed ultimately.

Ambrose then won the Money in the bank contract in 2016 and cashed it on Seth Rollins the same night to become the WWE World heavyweight Championship for the first time. He then lost the title to AJ Styles after 3 months at Backlash after Styles hit Ambrose with a low blow and Styles Clash. He then tried to recapture the title but failed. He then turned his focus over The Miz’s Intercontinental Champion and won the title for the second time. He held the title for 152 days and got defeated by The Miz. The feud with The Miz continued for months, and Dean Ambrose got punished by The Miz and The Miztourage.

Seth Rollins came for the aid of Ambrose multiple times, but Ambrose never had trust in Rollins. After a month, Dean and Rollins reunited as a team and captured the Raw Tag Team Championship from The Bar, thus both became the Grand Slam & Triple Crown Champions. They lost the title to The Bar on the Raw before Survivor Series by the interference of The New Day. They then had the revenge on the New Day on the PPV. Ambrose then was out of action for 9 months due to triceps injury with a new look and more muscular physique. He then backed up Rollins and Roman Reigns but soon turned on Rollins and turned heel for the first time since 2014.

Ambrose then defeated Rollins to capture the Intercontinental Championship for the third time. He then lost the title and got frustrated by the creative and decided to leave WWE once the contract expires.

The Shield then reunited for the last time and a special pay per view “The Shield’s Final Chapter” was announced, where The Shield defeated Corbin, Lashley & McIntyre and Ambrose's contract with WWE expired.

He then changed his name on Social Media handles to tease the return of Jon Moxley gimmick and posted a video on twitter. He then made his unannounced debut to AEW on the company’s inaugural pay per view “Double or Nothing” and attacked Kenny omega, Chris Jericho and the referee.

He then officially announced his multi year contract with the company. Moxley defeated Kenny Omega and clearly showed his intentions to win the AEW World Championship. But Jericho tried to pull Moxley back to his side and Moxley asked for a bribe to join the group but neglected his deal. He simultaneously appeared at NJPW and won the IWGP United States Championship. Moxley then had a match with Jericho and won the AEW World Championship. He became the first person to hold the AEW and NJPW championship simultaneously.

He held the championship for 277 days and lost the AEW World Championship to kenny omega, marking his first loss in AEW. He then joined hands with Bryan Danielson and Eddie Kingstan under the guidance of William Regal to form an alliance named “Blackpool Combat Club”. He is now showing up across multiple independent promotions and has currently turned heel for the first time in AEW.

Jon Moxley has won multiple championships across brands, some o the notable championships he held are, AEW World Heavyweight Championship (thrice), AEW Interim GrandSlam Championship (once), IWGP United States Heavyweight Championship (twice), WWE Championship (once), WWE Intercontinental Championship (thrice), WWE United States Championship (once), CZW World Heavyweight Championship and so on.

It is now doubt that Jon Moxley is one of the high risking, hardcore talents in the wrestling industry. Besides his wrestling career success, here is a detailed view on the financial success of “The Lunatic Fringe” Dean Ambrose aka Jon Moxley.

How much is Jon Moxley’s Net Worth in 2023?

Jon Moxley has been in the wrestling industry for almost two decades and wrestling has been the primary source for his Net Worth. According to multiple sources and reports, Jon Moxley has an approximate net worth of around $12 million. Wrestling for AEW, WWE, and other wrestling promotions are the primary contributors for his high financial status. He additionally acts in movies, sells merchandise and endorses brands to stay financially top.

Jon Moxley’s Salary

It is reported that Jon Moxley is one of the highest paid wrestlers in AEW. He earns around $6 million per year from AEW. He also earns an additional share by featuring in big pay per view promotions. His pay scale during his reign in WWE is approximately 6 times lesser than his current pay.

Jon Moxley’s Endorsements

Jon Moxley not only earns by wrestling, he also earns an additional income by endorsement deals, merchandise sales and pay-per-view promotions. Moxley is one of the greatest stars in AEW and has featured in multiple pay-per-views for an additional pay. He has been actively selling his merchandise online through the AEW shop. Moxley released an autobiography of himself in late 2021 and is available across online platforms. He also endorses a non-alcoholic beer brand “Athletic Brewing” in 2022 and launched a video of him drinking the beer.

Jon Moxley’s House

Jon Moxley bought a house in 2015 at Las Vegas, Nevada at a price of $475,000. The house was built on a 3,200 square feet area, and has three car garages, five bedrooms, three bathrooms, two story home and stamp seized foot yards. Where Moxley and his wife got married and gave birth to their daughter. In 2017 they sold the house for an asking price of $650,000. Moxley is enjoying his stay with his family in Cincinnati, Ohio which is the home town of Moxley.

Jon Moxley’s Cars

Jon Moxley has some of the adventurous and sportier cars in his collection. Here are the list of cars that Moxley drives,

  • Ford GT comes up with a 3.5 litre twin-turbocharged V6 engine that produces a torque of 550 lb-ft. It can go up to a top speed of 214 mph and is priced approximately $500,000.

  • Lamborghini huracan comes up with a 5.2 litre V10 engine and can produce a torque of 443 lb-ft. The car can go up to a top speed of 202 mph and is cost around $210,000

  • Aston Martin DBX comes with a 4 litre twin-turbocharged V8 engine which produces a torque of 516 lb-ft. It can be driven at a top speed of 193 mph and it is priced around $193,000.

  • Cadillac Escalade is an MPV which comes with a 6.3 litre twin-turbocharged V8 engine which produces a torque of 460 lb-ft. The car can be cruised at a top speed of $88,000.

  • Chevrolet Camaro is known for its drifting abilities and sportier look. It is a 6.2 litre V8 engined car that produces a torque of 445 lb-ft. Its top speed is 196 mph and is priced approximately around $34,000.

Jon Moxley’s Other Source of Income


Jon moxley made his acting debut in 2015 on the WWE produced action movie, 12 Rounds 3: Lockdown, and has featured in 3 movies so far. Here is the list of movies that Moxley has featured in,

201512 Rounds 3: LockdownJohn Shaw
2020Cagefighter: Worlds CollideRandy Stone

Video Games

Jon Moxley has featured as a playable character in multiple video games. He made his video games debut in 2014, he has now featured in 7 video games so far. Which includes, WWE 2K14, WWE 2K15, WWE 2K16, WWE 2K17, WWE 2K18, WWE 2K19 under the name Dean Ambrose and also has featured in upcoming AEW Fight Forever under the name Jon Moxley.


Moxley has also featured in a few podcasts after gaining popularity from the wrestling industry. Jon Moxley has spoken in Colt Cabana’s Art of Wrestling in 2014, Stone Cold Podcast in 2016, Chris Jericho’s talk is Jericho in 2019, and AEW’s Unrestricted Podcast in 2020.

Jon Moxley’s Charity Works

Jon Moxley is a philanthropist, he has been into charity works and fundraising throughout his career. Some of the notable charity works by Moxley are,

  • Go Fund Me startup- Where he donated a sizable amount from his revenue to help Indie Wrestlers who got laid off due to the pandemic.

  • His revenue from WWE merchandise sales was also donated to charity.

  • St. Mary’s Healthcare System for Children- to support children affected with illness.

  • Make A Wish- Moxley has been a part of this foundation to fulfill the wishes of children with critical illness.


Q. Are Moxley and Renee married?

A. Jon Moxley and Renee Paquette got married on April 9, 2017.

Q. How many kids does Moxley have?

A. Moxley and Renee have a daughter named Nora Murphy Good, who was born in June 2021.

Q. Why did Dean Ambrose leave WWE?

A. Dean Ambrose left WWE, as he was frustrated by Vince McMahon’s creative line and wanted something new and better for himself..

Q. Will Dean Ambrose return to WWE?

A. Jon Moxley has signed a multi year contract with AEW and it expires by 2027. It is clear that even if he has a plan of returning to WWE, he is not returning sooner.

Q. What is Jon Moxley’s finishing move?

A. Jon Moxley used Dirty Deeds as his finisher but changed the name to Paradigm Shift/Deathrider.