MJF became one of the hottest acts in All Elite Wrestling. The Salt of the Earth is known for his exceptionally well promo delivery and in-ring performance. Lately, MJF has expanded his friends circle to the MMA world and got into a war of words with UFC fighter Paddy “The Baddy” Pimblett.

The Salt of the Earth signed with AEW back in 2019 debuting as a narcissist heel at their first pay-per-view Double or Nothing. MJF’s work on the mic and inside the square circle made him one of the cornerstones of Tony Khan’s promotion. He has been on an excellent run battling the likes of Chris Jericho, Jon Moxley and Cody Rhodes rising up to the ranks of becoming a bonafide main-event player.

MJF has also rose to prominence for being involved in heated exchanges with superstars and also Tony Khan, cutting his famous worked shoot promo a few months ago. The Devil was once again a part of a heated exchange this time with UFC competitor Paddy Pimblett.

Maxwell was challenged by Pimblett when AEW journeys to England in 2023, with MJF claiming that Paddy’s, “dollar store Conor McGregor talking, Will from Stranger Things looking’ ass would not last even two seconds in his world of professional wrestling on Twitter.


“Unlike you I’m 100% natural and I’m also 100% original. Unlike you. You’re dollar stoer Connor McGregor talking, Will from strangers things looking ass wouldn’t last two seconds in my world. #Betterthanyou See you in London.”

MJF reached one of his biggest milestone this past Saturday at AEW Full Gear, defeating Jon Moxley to win his first-ever AEW World Championship. Moreover AEW will be travelling to England for the first time in 2023, though exact date for the tour has not been announced yet.

Do you think Paddy Pimblett can withstand the fury of MJF in a wrestling match? Sound off in the comments!

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