MJF drew lot of attention to himself as he made a reference to Liv Morgan on AEW Dynamite this week. During that story, he made reference to something Liv was allegedly doing with her mouth during a car ride, and then there was an accident. He inserted her into a story that was true, only Morgan wasn’t really a part of the tragic car accident.

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During Wrestling Observer Live, Bryan Alvarez explained that MJF’s story on AEW Dynamite this week was mostly true. Liv Morgan wasn’t in the car, but his football buddies and MJF did smash into a tree years ago.

Alvarez went on to explain that MJF simply changed up enough of his story to make people hate him. This heel tactic seemed to work once again, especially after the oral joke about Liv Morgan.


Liv was not in the car. He did spin out with his football buddies and smash in a tree. It was a serious, serious car accident. The thing is that MJF likes to use his real life stories in his promos.

It was further noted that, “He used this one this week, and he changed the end, and he wanted to make people think he was a horrible person. It wasn’t a story he made up. 80% of it is true, but 20% is fake, and wanted people to hate him.”

MJF wants people to hate him, and that is what heels do. He is going about it differently by using real life situations, but that part about Liv Morgan was a fabricated part of the event.

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