In wrestling, friends can be like the stories in the ring—dramatic! Let's explore the special friendship of Jon Moxley and Seth Rollins.

Jon Moxley and Seth Rollins were once known as Dean Ambrose and Tyler Black. They became best buddies in WWE as part of "The Shield."

A Wrestling Brotherhood

"The Shield" was a powerful group known for being tight-knit. Fans loved how well they worked together, both in and out of the ring.

The Shield: A Friendship Test

In 2014, Seth Rollins did something shocking—he turned against his Shield friends. But even though it was all part of the wrestling story, it didn't break their real friendship.

After they went their separate ways, Jon Moxley joined AEW, while Seth Rollins stayed with WWE. But no matter where they worked, their friendship stayed strong.

During an AEW Dynamite match, Jon Moxley did something special. He copied Seth Rollins' famous move, the "Stomp," as a way to honor his friend.

When Moxley paid tribute to Rollins, the crowd started chanting "Seth Rollins." It was a sign of how much fans loved their friendship.

Fans everywhere are hoping Jon Moxley gets better soon. Even though he got hurt in the match, his determination and tribute to Rollins made fans love him even more.

In wrestling, where everything can change in a flash, the friendship between Jon Moxley and Seth Rollins reminds us that true friends stick together, no matter what.