AEW brought a big show for their Revolution pay-per-view, and fans saw a lot go down. MJF retained at the end of the night in a bloody iron man match, one that capped off a loaded card. After that epic iron man match, MJF made his way to the media scrum on a crutch. There is a reason for that.

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MJF made it very clear before he started his questions from the press during the media scrum. He relayed an old story of a football injury that he is still dealing with from high school. This old injury is apparently something that he is still dealing with, which explained his need for a crutch.

So, when I was in the senior bowl, all-star game, no big f*cking deal. I was playing in the game, and I had 15 tackles in the first half, if you don’t believe me, Google it, ya f*cking marks. A fat rolly-polly offensive lineman made a cut block on my left leg, and it tore my MCL and my meniscus, and it has been nagging the f*cking sh*t out of my ever since.


Through it all, despite the hard fight he just endured, MJF seemed very confident about his performance. He also didn’t seem to really sweat the fact that his knee was giving him a problem.

MJF gave his all against “The American Dragon” Bryan Danielson at AEW Revolution. In the end, he succeeded and walked out as the world champion once again. Hopefully, his old football injuries won’t creep up on him once again as he continues his reign as AEW World Champion.

Will MJF hold the AEW World Title for a full year? Who is going to beat him for the title? Sound off in the comments!

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