The latest episode of the “Oh You Didn’t Know” podcast delves into the transformative journey of professional wrestling spanning the past four decades, tracing its roots back to the days of Bullet Bob Armstrong stepping into the squared circle.

During the podcast, Road Dogg was posed with a thought-provoking question about whether he considers himself a superior sports entertainer compared to MJF.

After a brief moment of contemplation, Road Dogg responded, “Well, the fact that I’ve taken this long to answer might already have people riled up. Are they furious by now? I don’t know, man. MJF is undeniably great. He’s a terrific promo artist. Now, when it comes to in-ring skills, in my opinion, he doesn’t quite reach the level of greatness, but then again, I wasn’t exactly a wrestling virtuoso, so I don’t hold that against him.”

He went on to clarify, “So, let me put it simply for you. The Road Dogg believes he’s a better sports entertainer than MJF, and that’s no slight on MJF. I’ve met the guy personally. He’s a respectful and intelligent young man. He outshines me in various aspects, but I wanted to make this one headline crystal clear: I am a better sports entertainer than MJF.”


Road Dogg acknowledged that his comments would likely stir up attention on social media, much like his previous statement about being a superior wrestler to Bret Hart last year.

He humorously remarked, “I get it, ‘Road Dogg says,’ and then I’ll start trending, and I appreciate that, but if people listen to the whole conversation, they’d understand that I have immense respect for MJF as a human being. We spent some time together, and here’s a funny story that ties it back to Grado. I sat with him and Billy while we watched Grado perform at the convention we were attending, and we had a blast. He’s a great guy, incredibly talented in our field. He would be a tremendous asset in WWE. Never say never, but I hope I get the chance to work with him. So, in summary, I’ll say it again for clarity’s sake: I am a better sports entertainer than MJF.”

The complete podcast episode is available for listening on and all major podcast streaming platforms.

Who do you think is the better Sports Entertainer? Road Dogg or MJF? Let us know in the comment section below.

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Steve Carrier

Steve is the Founder of RingsideNews. He has been writing about professional wrestling since 1996. He first got into website development at the time and has been focusing on bringing his readers the best professional wrestling news at it's highest quality.

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