MJF may be the most hated man in pro wrestling.
At Full Gear, MJF double crossed his mentor Cody Rhodes sooner than expected. Tonight (Nov. 13) on Dynamite, MJF attempted to explain the reason why he turned his back on Rhodes. MJF picked his spot and decided he would interrupt a Chris Jericho segment to address AEW fans.
Well, hello @The_MJF #AEWDynamite pic.twitter.com/VggsiUwiyJ— All Elite Wrestling on TNT (@AEWonTNT) November 14, 2019
Per MJF, not only did Cody use him, but he doesn’t really care about AEW’s fans. Only MJF knows the real Cody and he had enough of him on Saturday night.
Not to be outdone, Jericho was right there when MJF wrapped up his promo and had an invitation to the Inner Circle ready to go. After some back and forth it was tough to tell if Le Champion and MJF were friends or rivals.
The only thing both men could agree on was their mutual hate for Cody.
There were a lot of @IAmJericho-holics, that's for sure. #AEWDynamite #AEWonTNT pic.twitter.com/JuSQ1SMGjf— TDE Wrestling (@tde_wrestling) November 14, 2019
Following an embrace, Rhodes came out looking to get himself a piece of MJF. Before Rhodes could get revenge on MJF, Wardlow arrived and made his intentions very clear.
.@Wardlow_1 has arrived and has aligned himself with @the_mjf!— All Elite Wrestling (@AEWrestling) November 14, 2019
Watch #AEWDynamite LIVE on @TNTDrama 8e/7c#AEWonTNT pic.twitter.com/BqbHtlWhOL
Is MJF officially in the Inner Circle? How long can MJF and Chris Jericho co-exist? Where does Wardlow fit in all of this?
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