MJF is a self-proclaimed generational talent, and there’s no denying that he has the skills to support his bold claims. He has now achieved a major milestone in his career by becoming the AEW World Champion. This is just the beginning of what’s to come for the “Salt of the Earth.” In a recent episode of Dynamite, MJF delivered a provocative promo that caught the attention of fans and further solidified his position as a top wrestler in the industry. That being said, there was a rumor that the promo was unplanned filler and it seems there was no truth to this.
Last week’s episode of AEW Dynamite featured a highly provocative promo by the reigning AEW World Champion, MJF. Delivering the promo from the solitude of his locker room, MJF shared a dark and unsettling tale from his past, which he claims was the catalyst for his transformation into a scoundrel in his adult years.
The promo sent shockwaves through the wrestling world and sparked intense discussions among fans and analysts alike. MJF’s mastery of the mic once again showcased his unique talent and ability to captivate audiences with his in-ring presence and cutthroat promos.
The rumor surrounding MJF’s promo was that it was a spontaneous, last-minute addition to the show made to fill the time after the match between Jamie Hayter and The Bunny was cut short due to an injury sustained by The Bunny. Whether planned or impromptu, MJF’s promo once again highlighted his mastery of the mic and his ability to captivate audiences.
According to Fightful’s paywall, that was not the case at all as the promo was always planned, and it was actually listed on internal show formats before the show began.
MJF even blamed snitching fans for Nassau police calling him after Dynamite. MJF will defend his AEW World Championship against Bryan Danielson in a 60-minute iron-man match at Revolution on March 5. We’ll have to see how the match will turn out.
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