AEW Revolution is in the rearview mirror now, and fans have a lot of things to discuss after the pay-per-view’s conclusion. Tony Khan’s company brought another loaded event for fans, and MJF reigned supreme at the end of the night. Although he doesn’t wrestle all the time, he still proved tonight that he is the best in the company the way he sees it.

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During the media scrum after Revolution, MJF took on critics who give him grief for not wrestling every week. His take on things is that fans who want to drag him will know better after his performance at AEW Revolution.

“There’s this weird thing, because I am a special attraction and I don’t wrestle very often. I will wrestle, and I will remind people that I am the best wrestler in the world, and then by the time I actually wrestle again I will see nimrods on the internet say, ‘MJF is really good on the microphone, but I don’t know if he can hang in the ring.’ It happens over and over and over again. Perhaps after tonight, everyone who tweets that can shut the f*ck up.”


MJF went on to ask if we can “stop pretending” that he can’t wrestle and “stop comparing me to dumb motherf*ckers who can only talk.” Obviously, this is something that MJF wants to continue proving to his haters.

What’s your take on MJF’s title reign so far? Is he shaping up to be a better World Champion than Chris Jericho? Sound off in the comments!

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