MJF knows how to cut a promo, and he used those skills to bury AEW, the company’s fans, and Tony Khan in one pipe bomb promo. He worked hard during trying times and became a featured act for the company, but all that went away the moment he called Tony Khan a “f*cking mark” on live television. Still, there is a big idea that he will return very soon.

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All Out is on September 4th, and the rumor mill is churning for MJF. It turns out that some money is also getting placed on the Salt of the Earth arriving in Chicago this weekend.

Bet Online currently lists the odds for MJF showing up at All Out, They are in favor of MJF’s return with current odds of -150. In case you like to bet on the underdog, the odds of MJF not showing up at All Out are +110.

MJF dropped a few references about WWE in his previous promos, even going as far to mention Bruce Prichard, whom he got to know while working in MLW. The fact is that WWE might be interested in MJF, especially now that Vince McMahon’s edicts are no longer a factor.

There are a couple of places where MJF might show up at All Out. He could be the surprise entrant in the Casino Ladder Match, something that a lot of fans are expecting. There are also over a dozen matches on the card where he could pull a run-in.

Tony Khan hasn’t spoken about MJF, and his storyline was placed on the back burner. MJF’s name isn’t even brought up on commentary, almost avoiding acknowledging his presence. MJF might just have to make that presence known at All Out.

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