Dean AmbroseJonathan Good
- Birthdate: 12/07/1985 (age 28)
- Height: 6'4"
- Weight: 225 Ib
Jonathan Good debuted as Jon Moxley in June 200...
Going against the Rhodes family: "Not only with the rich tradition in my family but our group we have a lot of pride in what we do, we worked hard this whole year to set a standard and for guys like Cody (Rhodes) and Dustin (Rhodes) being Goldust. Cody ran his mouth when he shouldn’t and things happened. He got fired but on the flip side its crazy because Goldust got the opportunity and now they get a second chance so unfortunately there second chance is running head to head against the Shield and that’s a problem for everybody so I wouldn’t be surprised if this Sunday at Battleground, it will be renamed the Rhodes retirement party."
The rise to the main stage: "It’s been a great opportunity. You put with me with a couple guys like Seth (Rollins) and Dean (Ambrose) and it just worked. They have so much experience coming in, they wrestled all over the country and parts of the world in independent promotions so to bring that kind of attitude and that kind of experience and being paired with a guy like me, I more like a thoroughbred and a natural and I don’t need too much experience, you can explain on what I might run into and I’ll have a plan for it. I didn’t need much time to set up to the occasion but it definitely helps when you have guys that have been doing it later then you. Seth and Dean have been wrestling longer then me but they are the same type of pedigree and they have the same kind of attitude, there alpha males, we want to rule the world as crazy as that sounds and that’s the type of attitude that we bring. We bow down to no man."
Imagining the future: "Right now, we are building the foundation. We are just laying down the building blocks but the special stuff, that’s going too happened in a couple years. What we are doing now is really cool, it’s been exciting but there’s so much to do in the future, there’s so many ways to spin things, there’s so much competition like when the Shield breaks up then when competition bumped up a hundred percent because the type of guys that myself, Dean and Seth are, we are going to bring it to each other like we don’t know each other and like we are pure enemies and that’s how competitive we are as a group and then you make as individuals, it’s going to get worse. It’s been a special year and it’s still coming and if you’re into it now, just wait and keep watching. The plan after going undrafted in the NFL, going to the CFL and going to Florida: Going into the draft, I knew what I did. I saw my body of work as a defensive tackle. I know if I had the opportunity to get into a camp, going through OTA’s, do a full summer, be there for a full day of camp and go through all of the pre-season games, I knew that I was a good enough football player and teammate to make a team, I could had made the team better but I didn’t get that opportunity for certain reasons so I did take the chance to go up to Canada and prolong my football career but it just didn’t work. At that point, I was just kind of beat up and when it was over and just ready to move on. Before I played football, there was a point in my life where I wanted to wrestle. Then it became that I wanted to play football and if I don’t want to do that, I’ll wrestle. So it’s always been those two and now all I want to do is wrestle. That’s it! That’s all I want to do."
The youth movement in the WWE: "I’ll say out with the old and in with the new. We are hungry; we are trying to do it. You get your chance, do your thing and expect a younger line to come after your pride and that’s what I’m doing. We are looking to take over the whole territory. We want to be the king of the mountain; you can look at it as harsh and be like: “Hell Yeah. Competition, we are going to get better”...