AEW star Jon Moxley ‘shaves head’ and fans go wild over new ‘bald’ look


AEW star Jon Moxley appears to have undergone a surprising style change after shaving his head.

The former world champion and ex-WWE wrestler was apparently sporting a different look at an autograph signing for Tristar Sports over the weekend, and a very brief video shared online seems to reveal his transformation.

In the clip, Moxley – whose wife Renee Paquette gave birth to their daughter Nora last month – can be seen lifting up his cap and running his hand over what looks to be his freshly shaved head.

Fans couldn’t get over the blink-and-you’ll-miss-it peak at the change, with many of them flocking to Twitter to comment on the new look.

One follower wrote: ‘oh my god becoming a dad really does it (sic)’

Plenty of others were raving over a picture which seemed to show Moxley going totally bald, but this turned out to simply be somewhat convincing edit, and he hasn’t actually totally ditched his hair.

I don’t know how to feel about this….

— Renee Paquette (@ReneePaquette) July 4, 2021

Broadcaster Sam Roberts shared the edited snap alongside a picture of himself and made a tongue in cheek comparison, which drew a reaction from Jon’s wife Renee.

She quipped: ‘I don’t know how to feel about this….’

The loved up couple recently welcomed their first child into the world, and they both have a similar outlook on raising their little girl by making sure she chases her dreams, whatever they may be.

Speaking exclusively to before his baby’s birth, AEW wrestler Jon said: ‘The advice I’d give to any child I have, any friend of mine, anybody in the world, anybody reading this – if you’re blessed with the opportunity, you’re healthy and have the opportunity to do the things you love in life, you’ve gotta take advantage while we’re here!

‘I’m blessed that I get to do what I like to do for a living – I would do it for free, but they just happen to pay me for it and I don’t have to go to a regular job and clock in 9 to 5.

‘Being afraid to do stuff and sitting in your little safety bubble, staying at home watching Netflix isn’t really for me.’

Jon admitted his outlook – including his approach to bloody deathmatches – could change with actually being a parent and seeing his daughter grow up, but both he and Renee agreed that it’s important to have a happy family.

‘I want her to see what both of us do. I want her to see me working a lot, I want her to see Jon doing what he does and thriving like that,’ Renee told us during her pregnancy.

‘Life is not about just finding that safety net. It’s about taking risks and enjoying that things that you do.’

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