AEW Double or Nothing brought a big show to Las Vegas, and the T-Mobile Arena saw MJF retain the AEW World Title. After an event like that, there was a lot to pick apart, and MJF was happy to do so.

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During the media scrum after AEW Double or Nothing, MJF was in rare form. He was quite blunt about not being the closing match at AEW Double or Nothing. He also had a lot to say about the AEW roster.

MJF stated that he doesn’t “give a f*ck” at first. Then he got down to brass tacks. “I think people are scared because I will out class them on the microphone and in the ring,” he stated bluntly.


MJF then said, “if there’s a match that you think should have happened, and it hasn’t happened, it’s because they’re terrified of facing me.” He was quite confident in making that point.

MJF then cleared up what he means by “take my ball and go home” when his contract is up. He made it clear that he might not even go to WWE. Instead, MJF might retire and “f*ck up the lineage of this title.”

We will have to see what’s next for MJF. He is certainly confident as he continues down his road as AEW World Heavyweight Champion. When it comes to who faces MJF next, he doesn’t seem to really care.

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