MJF is pretty good at social media, and he knows how to drum up attention. He is also AEW World Champion, so his opinion holds a bit more weight now. That being said, he wasn’t too kind about an upcoming match on Dynamite.

Sammy Guevara and Komander are set to do battle on AEW Dynamite this week. While a few fans might be excited to see that throwdown, MJF was less than enthused.

The Salt of the Earth logged onto Twitter, where he buried the upcoming matchup. He said that “no one gives a sh*t.” Naturally, fans replied in droves.

A few minutes later, MJF deleted that tweet. It’s not like him to backtrack. This leads up to believe that, like CM Punk, MJF might have been told to delete that tweet.


AEW has a policy in their employee handbook that restricts social media use. Employees and talent are not allowed to publicly bash the company. This is very interesting, since MJF’s deleted tweet is the second deleted post in recent memory.

CM Punk had lot to say about Jon Moxley and Tony Khan’s company. He unloaded in an Instagram story, but then that post was nixed. We will have to see what might get deleted next if any other stars feel like expressing themselves too much on social media.

What’s your take on this situation with MJF? Do you think he should have not tweeted this at all? Sound off in the comments!

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