MJF hired The Firm to get the poker chip for him during the Casino Ladder match at All Out. Tonight, Stokely Hathaway and his men destroyed the very man that put them together in the first place.

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Tonight’s episode of Dynamite saw a shocking conclusion as The Firm turned on MJF. The group arrived in the ring to attack Jon Moxley following his successful title defense against Penta.

Mox tried to fight back but was heavily outnumbered. MJF arrived on the ramp, struggled with his decision for a bit but ultimately decided to stop the group from further assaulting the champion.

MJF shoved Stokely Hathaway away and told him that it’s over for The Firm in AEW. As soon as Max turned his back towards Mox, he was knocked out cold with a big boot from W. Morrissey. The rest of the group then ganged up on him.

Ethan Page planted him with the Ego’s Edge inside the ring. The group then dragged him to the outside where Morrissey once again destroyed MJF with a chokeslam through a table.

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