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Jon Moxley Height, Weight, Age, Body Statistics

Jon Moxley Quick Info
Height 6 ft 4 in
Weight 102 kg
Date of Birth December 7, 1985
Zodiac Sign Sagittarius
Spouse Renee Young

Over the years, Dean Ambrose has established himself as one of the prominent stars of WWE. He started his wrestling career in 2004 in the independent circuit under the ring name, Jon Moxley. Over the course of his successful career, he has managed to earn several high-profile titles including WWE World Heavyweight Champion, Intercontinental Champion, and Raw Tag Team Champion. He has also earned opportunities to headline various high-profile pay-per-view events for World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE).

Born Name

Jonathan David Good

Nick Name

Dean Ambrose, Jon Moxley, Jonathan Moxley, Moxley Moxx, The Lunatic Fringe, Street Dog

Dean Ambrose as seen at WrestleMania 32 Axxess in March 2016
Dean Ambrose as seen at WrestleMania 32 Axxess in March 2016 (Miguel Discart / Flickr / CC BY-SA 2.0)

Sun Sign


Born Place

Cincinnati, Ohio, United States


Las Vegas, Nevada, United States




Dean Ambrose didn’t complete his high school education as he dropped out to pursue a career in wrestling.


Professional Wrestler, Actor


  • Father – His father was absent for the most part of Dean Ambrose’s childhood.
  • Siblings – He has a sister.


Dean Ambrose was signed up with WWE Inc.




6 ft 4 in or 193 cm


102 kg or 225 lbs

Girlfriend / Spouse

Dean Ambrose has dated –

  1. Renee Young (2013-Present) – Dean Ambrose started going out with WWE announcer Renee Young, also known by her real name Renee Paquette, in 2013. Young also works as a sports broadcaster and as an occasional actress. They took their relationship to the next level by getting married in a romantic ceremony in April 2017. In June 2021, they were blessed with a daughter named Nora.
Dean Ambrose as seen in January 2016
Dean Ambrose as seen in January 2016 (Megan Elice Meadows / Flickr / CC BY-SA 2.0)

Race / Ethnicity


Hair Color


Eye Color


Sexual Orientation


Distinctive Features

  • Messy Hairdo
  • Scruffy Beard

Brand Endorsements

Dean Ambrose has appeared in a TV commercial for XFINITY.

Dean Ambrose as seen in April 2014
Dean Ambrose as seen in April 2014 (Miguel Discart / Flickr / CC BY-SA 2.0)

Best Known For

Being one of the most popular and successful professional wrestlers on the WWE roster. He has managed to win several high profile championships and titles during his time with the most popular wrestling promotion.

First Wrestling Match

In June 2004, Dean Ambrose made his debut in the Heartland Wrestling Association under the ring name, Jon Moxley.

First Film

In 2015, he made his theatrical film debut in the crime thriller movie, 12 Rounds 3: Lockdown. He was cast in the leading role in the movie.

First TV Show

In 2006, Dean Ambrose made his first TV show appearance on the comedy series, Whatever.

Personal Trainer

Dean Ambrose regularly hits the gym to keep himself in the fighting shape. He is so dedicated to his fitness regime that he doesn’t allow the lack of gym to get into the way. If he can’t find a gym in the new city, he arrives early at the arena and starts running up and down the stairs or he finds an area in the building where he can do some running.

Apart from strength training and conditioning, he has also included yoga in his daily schedule. In fact, yoga has become an integral component of his workout routine. He also makes sure that he spends a lot of time stretching. For the mental balance, he relies on his daily meditation.

In Wrestling

Finishing Moves

  • As Dean Ambrose
    • Arm trap cross-legged STF – FCW
    • Running knee lift – FCW, WWE parodied from William Regal, used while in The Shield
    • Midnight Special (Over the shoulder back to belly piledriver)
    • Dirty Deeds (Headlock driver – 2012–2014 or a snap double arm DDT)
  • As Jon Moxley
    • Cutter
    • Moxicity (Spinning side slam)
    • Hook and Ladder (Elevated double chicken wing wheelbarrow facebuster)
    • One Hitter (Vertical suplex lifted and dropped into a DDT)

Signature Moves

  • Crossface chicken wing
  • Piledriver
  • Fujiwara armbar
  • Lunatic Lariat
  • Superplex
  • Bow & Arrow
  • Twisting snap elbow drop
  • Belly to back wheelbarrow facebuster
  • Running bulldog
  • Lunatic Fringe Elbow Drop (Diving elbow drop to a standing opponent and /or to the outside of the ring)
  • Air Lunatic /Flying Lunatic (Suicide dive)

Jon Moxley Favorite Things

  • Role Model – Bret Hart
  • NFL Team – Cincinnati Bengals
  • MLB Team – Cincinnati Reds


Dean Ambrose standing by the ring in July 2013
Dean Ambrose standing by the ring in July 2013 (Krystal Bogner / Flickr / CC BY 2.0)

Jon Moxley Facts

  1. He spent much of his childhood in the rough neighborhood of Cincinnati’s East End, living in public housing.
  2. During his childhood years, wrestling served as an ideal way to escape from his rough life and conditions. He used to spend a lot of time watching wrestling videos and reading articles about wrestling.
  3. In his teens, he started working at the Heartland Wrestling Association (HWA) for Les Thatcher. He used to set up the ring and sell popcorns.
  4. He started his professional wrestling training at the age of 18 as it was Thatcher’s condition that he would only train Ambrose after he turned 18. At HWA, he was also trained by Cody Hawk.
  5. In 2007, Dean formed a tag team with his former trainer, Cody Hawk, and they won the HWA Tag Team Championship in June 2017 by overcoming Tack and Tarek the Legend.
  6. In April 2011, it was announced that Ambrose had inked a developmental contract with World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE).
  7. However, he had worked for WWE for 5 years before he signed a deal with the company. He had tag teamed with Brad Attitude in a match, against MNM, which was recorded for the TV program, Velocity.
  8. Immediately after signing the contract, WWE decided to move him to developmental territory Florida Championship Wrestling (FCW) to polish his wrestling and in-ring skills.
  9. In 2014, the Pro Wrestling Illustrated readers declared him the Most Popular Wrestler of the Year after taking part in an online poll. They again awarded him with the same title the following year.
  10. In 2016, Jon won the “Money in the Bank” ladder match.
  11.  In December 2017, it was revealed that Jon had suffered a triceps injury.
  12. In 2019, Sports Illustrated named him “Wrestler of the Year”.
  13. In April 2019, Jon decided to leave WWE after the expiration of his contract.
  14. In June 2019, he started wrestling for NJPW and later won the IWGP United States Heavyweight Championship in his first NJPW match.
  15. In 2019, he started making sporadic appearances for numerous independent promotions such as Northeast Wrestling (NEW) and Future Stars of Wrestling (FSW).
  16. In November 2021, he released his autobiography titled Mox.
  17. In the past, he had contracted MRSA in his arm. Jon claimed that the infection nearly killed him.
  18. In October 2022, it was revealed that Moxley had signed a 5-year exclusive contract extension with AEW.

Featured Image by Miguel Discart / Flickr / CC BY-SA 2.0

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