MJF has been the reason for every headline in AEW and around the entire wrestling business, at least according to him. The Salt of the Earth operates on a completely different level ever since he captured the AEW World championship. However, MJF’s recent promo on Dynamite has sparked police investigations to be launched on the story he narrated.
The AEW World champion cut a highly controversial promo on this week’s edition of AEW Dynamite. MJF delivered the promo from his locker room, revealing a dark story about his past that made him transition into a scumbag in his adulthood.
MJF recalled his days as a teenager, calling himself a speed demon who loved to ride his car. He fast-forwarded to the day of his junior prom, mentioning the girl he was smitten by, referring her to as ‘Liv’ for legal reasons, and the horrific car crash tragedy that happened that day.
“The most infectious smile you’ve ever seen, she was perfect. We hopped into my blue Camaro, I got to driving, and she got to [oral s*x hand gesture] work and distracted me. Once she was done, I put the pedal to the metal, but it was, unfortunately, raining like cats and dogs. We then hydroplaned and went spinning off the road; I panicked and hit the accelerator instead of the brake. At 90 miles per hour, we hit a telephone pole.”
MJF’s speed demon led to his car colliding with a telephone pole and injuring him and Liv in the process severely. However, as he heard police sirens approaching, MJF switched seats with Liv to make it seem like she was the one driving and responsible for the crash.
The promo left the entire audience in awe and disbelief. However, things turned serious as the Nassau Police Department received over 300 phone calls to investigate the matter. The police, however, agreed to launch an investigation but strongly believed that it was a fictional story narrated on a show.
The 434 Facebook page dropped an update to let residents around Nassau know that their police received a flood of interesting phone calls over MJF’s promo.
“Police received over 300 phone calls last night. Following the MJF promo last night on AEW Dynamite, the Nassau Police Department reported that they were flooded with over 300 phone calls following the promo by MJF. The police have released a statement saying they will be investigating the claims but believe it was to do with a fictional story on a television show.”
Bryan Alvarez spoke about this post during Wrestling Observer Live. He said that he can not confirm that they received 300 phone calls, but he did note that “a lot” of people called.
As we previously noted, MJF’s promo was “80%” real, but the part about Liv Morgan was made up. Only time will tell when we hear another piece of his doctored life story in promo form.
MJF and the AEW management is yet to comment on the authenticity of the story. Furthermore, The Salt of the Earth is now set to face Bryan Danielson for the AEW World championship at Revolution on March 5th. Check back at Ringside News as we follow up on this story.
What is your take on this story? Sound off in the comments!