MJF is undoubtedly one of the best heels in the pro wrestling world right now and his character has only continued to develop during his time in AEW. He quickly cemented himself as a top star and has been a mainstay of AEW television since the debut of AEW Dynamite back in 2019.
He is dedicated to his character as he never breaks kayfabe, inside or outside the squared circle, and his promo skills only continue to improve with each day. He also loves to get under the skin of people.
On this week’s episode of Friday Night SmackDown, Seth Rollins appeared via satellite to respond to Edge’s challenge for a match at the WWE SummerSlam pay-per-view. Rollins said he’s “better than Edge in every way and he knows it” during his promo.
This led to a reaction from MJF, who in a now-deleted tweet, called out Seth Rollins for plagiarizing his catchphrase.
“Add a word so it’s not plagiarism”
Due to him deleting the tweet, Seth Rollins was never able to respond to him. For those who don’t know, MJF uses the catchphrase, “I’m better than you and you know it.”
Seth Rollins is set to taken on WWE Hall Of Famer Edge in a singles match at the WWE SummerSlam pay-per-view on August 21. We will have to wait and see how will end up the victor in the match.