MJF is riding the wave of success and leaves no occasion to remind the fans of his supremacy. He is also seen getting into altercations on social media, and his latest target was ESPN. The Salt of the Earth was recently involved in a back-and-forth with a member of their team on the occasion of being given an award by them.

MJF has been regarded as one of the most talented superstars on the AEW roster. The Devil’s impressive personality, in-ring skill, and ability on the mic have made him a top star in the wrestling business. He climbed to the top of the mountain, defeating Jon Moxley at AEW Full Gear in November 2022 to win his first-ever AEW World championship.

The Salt of the Earth has been vocal on social media, taking jabs at everything in sight on multiple occasions lately. MJF recently fired shots at ESPN and their writer Greg Wyshynski on Twitter, getting into a heated exchange with him after they awarded him with The Promo Artist Of The Year.

““Am I getting a f*cking plaque for this bullsh*t or what?” 


Greg Wyshynski chose to give a sarcastic response to MJF for his comments.

Best I can do is a DVD copy of “Lilo & Stitch 2: Stitch Has a Glitch” with a picture hanger on the back.”

The heated exchange ended with MJF’s final brutal words for the ESPN writer. It was a simple, yet very effective reply.

“Go to hell Greg.” 

MJF made his first successful title defense against Absolute Ricky Starks at AEW Winter is Coming 2022. He is currently involved in a feud with the American Dragon Bryan Danielson, potentially leading to a high-stakes championship match between the two AEW stars.

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