AEW star Jon Moxley announces wife Renee Young pregnant with first child as ex-WWE favourite moans 'my boobs are sore'

ALL ELITE WRESTLING world champion Jon Moxley has revealed he and wife Renee Paquette are expecting their first child.

The star shared the news on AEW Dynamite last night during a promo to hype his upcoming title defence against Kenny Omega.

During the interview, Moxley shocked everyone by dropping the bombshell , saying he had a ‘pregnant wife at home’.

AEW commentator Excalibur later confirmed the news.

AEW boss Tony Khan immediately took to Twitter to congratulate the couple, saying: “Congratulations @ReneePaquette and @JonMoxley!! That's the best news we've ever broken on #AEWDynamite!!”

Renee then shared a pic of her and her husband smiling together alongside a family emoji on Instagram.

And she followed that up with a tweet saying: “Now i can finally start telling you guys just how sore my boobs are.”

The normally private couple met while working in Vince McMahon's company where Mox, 34, worked under the name Dean Ambrose.

The American has since reinvented himself after jumping ship to rivals AEW, where he has become the promotion's longest-reigning champion.

Moxley, real name Jonathan Good, began dating Renee, better known as Renee Young to WWE fans, back in 2013.

They were married at their Las Vegas home in an impromptu ceremony in the early hours of April 9, 2017.

Renee – who made history in 2018 when she became Raw’s first-ever female commentator – shocked the wrestling world when she announced that she was quitting WWE in August.

And Moxley admitted he knew how huge of a positive reaction his wife would receive following her eight-year stint on the microphone.

He told SunSport: "Dude I knew it was going to be like that, I was like 'man so many motherf****** are gonna be so sorry to see you go'.

"People are going to be crying and s***, like she's literally just everybody's favourite person.

"She's literally everybody's best friend and just the exact opposite of me. She has this amazing ability to be disarming and make people feel comfortable.”

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