AEW’s main event this week featured AEW World Champion Jon Moxley taking on an attorney. Mark Sterling, MJF’s attorney was said to have had zero prior pro wrestling training. That wasn’t the case as Sterling is a trained wrestler. It was a part of the storyline, but former sports entertainment referee Jimmy Korderas didn’t appreciate it much.
Korderas jumped on Twitter during the main event of Dynamite. He tweeted out saying: “So the guy with “no wtestling training” bump like a wrestler, take a helluva clothesline overview top, bumped properly into barricades, etc? Ok.”
One fan replied asking Korderas if Mark Sterling should have taken the bump in a dangerous way instead. Korderas answered saying: “The fact you asked this totally shows you do not understand.”
The fan asked Korderas to enlighten him, and they had a little back and forth. Then this fan teed off at Korderas because he didn’t appreciate the withholding of information that was going on.
Lol I should have known better. Instead of maybe teaching us fans all you do is bitch . How about something constructive to the people that enjoy following you? Please oh please don’t block or mute me
Finally, Jimmy Korderas let this fan in on one of his secrets as he proposed: “How about not clotheslining him over the top rope for starters?”
The AEW Dynamite main event was an effective way to get fans interested in the All Out main event. That’s what it was intended to do, and MJF ending the night with a bloody Jon Moxley under him really set things off. The match beforehand might not have been Jimmy Korderas’ favorite