No, that's not a reference to Richard Branson.
But our eagle-eyed proofreader Jack Grimshaw caught Moxley's last post about Henry T. Nicholas and did notice a helluva resemblance between the Broadcom founder and another notorious pagan.
See side-by-side shots and Jack's description after the jump . . .
From Jack, for your consideration:
“Twin sons of different mothers, or separated at birth? Henry T., a devil for a good time, and Anton LaVey, Satanist . . .”