JDFromNY, the host of Off The Script, is a notable voice because of his podcast. However, occasionally, people turn against him. Recently, several female AEW wrestlers have recently called out the host of the wrestling podcast.

The AEW stated that during this upcoming Wednesday’s episode of Dynamite, Marina Shafir will have another chance at AEW TBS Champion Jade Cargill. In response to the announcement of the bout, JDFromNY tweeted, “Please…for the love of God…no.”

The announcement appeared to be alerting Cargill and JDFrom NY. Following the announcement, JDFromNY and Cargill had verbal altercation. Cargill and JDFromNY had a lengthy message exchange that resulted in an argument.

Cargill: “Damn. I heard you all the way from your moms basement. Calm down Mark.”


JDFromNY: “Seemingly, you of all people, I would hope you use better insults. Quite sad you lower yourself to the f*cking sh*t that dwells on this app. Secondly. I have ZERO problem with you. Never have, and have expressed nothing but PRAISE for you. 3rd. Marina SUCKS. Have a great day. It’s really disheartening honestly, to do what I do, and speaking highly of you, and even praised YOU to Tony himself at a media Scrum last year, and that’s the reply I get. People come at me cuz I am straight up f*cking honest & its tiresome. MY DM IS OPEN IF YOU HAVE A PROBLEM. Also, I’d like to point out, my tweet got over 1/3 the likes of the original tweet I even replied to yet, I AM THE F*CKING PROBLEM? For AEW, I am one of the good ones. Maybe someone there should fill her in.”

Cargill: “Better insults? Like what? Like I’ll buy your whack ass podcast IN REAL LIFE??!Don’t f*ck with my coworkers. It’s 11:44a on a SUNDAY and I wake up to you trying to sh*t on someone. Don’t sh*t on anyone when I doubt your ass can do a pull up on your BEST DAY.”

JDFromNY: “Well, it’s 11:55am & I have a ‘pro’ wrestler that can’t handle another person’s opinion, claiming ‘don’t f*ck with my co-workers’ when its within every given f*cking right of mine to say WHATEVER THE F*CK I WANT. It’s the reason it got me where THE FUCK I AM, LIVING MY BEST LIFE. You would think I f*cking murdered someone in cold blood by saying ‘so, and so sucks’ on this platform. Are you fucking serious? That’s how you, as a ‘professional’ chooses to start your day?”

Many considered responding to the tweet fight between Jade Cargill and JDFromNY. Therefore, Britt Baker took the initiative and responded against JDFromNY with a hunting statement. Subsequently, Rebel then added her opinions about JDFromNY.

“So it professional to post one sided/false information about what goes on backstage? We’ve been laughing at you for months.”

“He’s not a Victim. Opinions are one thing. This is not about a singular post, he has a history of insults, False accusations, defamation, slander and libel. Enough is enough. READ it again @JDfromNY206 your defensiveness is not allowing you to see straight. ‘This is not about a singular post’ YOU KNOW what YOU have said. Not about me. ALL the women. And Men, for that matter too.”

JDFromNY tweeted in response to Rebel’s tweet at that precise moment. JDFromNy said that he has actively voiced his support for greater women’s wrestling as well as better wrestling overall.

“This is blatantly wrong. I have ACTIVELY spoken up about the desire to see better women’s wrestling, and better wrestling period. I have defended and fairly criticized AEW in ALL fairness. What on Earth have you listened to where I said ANYTHING wrong about the WOMEN?”

“The same ol’ tired narrative of ‘JD needs to be cancelled’, and the mob like mentality to make me look bad. I ain’t f*cking going anywhere. I ain’t stopping what I do, and I am going to continue to be the show EVERYONE comes to watch when you finish your sh*t.”


The dispute appears to be growing significantly. Would you concur with JDFromNY’s arguments? Let us know in the comments. Keep checking Ringside for more developments.

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Muskan Sharma

Muskan Sharma is a student at Calcutta University, pursuing a law degree. She is an enthusiastic and determined young woman, with a passion for writing about current events and news. Muskan began writing for Ringside News in December 2021, bringing her unique perspective and insights to the world of professional wrestling. In her free time, she enjoys traveling, exploring new places, and immersing herself in different cultures.

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