MJF apparently has the entire world on its feet. His boosted arrogance and heated social exchanges are often the talk around the wrestling world. Recently, he was called out for trying to pick up a girl right after AEW Dynamite.

Click here for our complete coverage of AEW Dynamite this week.

MJF’s road to become AEW World Champion culminated at AEW Full Gear when he defeated Jon Moxley. Since then, Maxwell Jacob Friedman has been on sheer path of arrogance, and he loves making headlines thanks to his social media antics.

A fan recently stated that MJF tried to pick her up in the parking lot after AEW Dynamite. She apparently did not respond to his advances, with the AEW World champion walking off and berating the fan.


“waiting for an uber and mjf walks by asks me “how old are you?” i literally froze. he asks “what do you not speak?” i say “are you talking to me??” and he says “you missed your shot” and walked away😭😭.”

MJF went to respond to the fan on Twitter, claiming that she lost her one and only opportunity to jump aboard the maximum ride. He further insulted her by stating that she was not even the girl MJF was yelling at.

“One shot. One opportunity. Failure. Ya snooze ya lose.”

“Also just looked at this chicks profile. This wasn’t even the girl I was hollering at.”

MJF had his first successful title defense at AEW Winter is Coming 2022 against Ricky Starks. His next challenger is potentially looking to be Bryan Danielson, who recently challenged MJF to a 60-minute Iron Man match. Only time will tell how this ends for MJF, or what his fiancé thinks about this tweet.

Do you think MJF would accept Bryan Danielson’s challenge? Sound off in the comments!

Tags: MJF
Nikunj Walia

Nikunj Walia is a creative professional with a unique ability to think outside the box. He is able to apply his talents across a variety of niches and is known for his flexibility and innovative approach. Nikunj's goal is to make a name for himself as a content creator, event host, digital expert, and Indian Influencer, while revolutionizing the way fans consume wrestling content.

Disqus Comments Loading...