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MJF’s Final Message Amps Up AEW Full Gear Anticipation

MJF has been touted as one of the defining heels of the current generation of pro wrestlers and it is not hard to understand why. MJF became huge star in AEW in a short time and is the face of the company, being the AEW World Champion. MJF is currently a babyface in AEW but that doesn’t mean he is afraid to speak up his mind. Ahead of AEW Full Gear, MJF sent a final message to everyone on social media.

The Salt of The Earth has been engaged in a longstanding feud with Jay White and the rest of The Bullet Club Gold over the past few months. White is currently in possession of MJF’s AEW World Title and he is determined to get it back at Full Gear.

Not only that but he is set to team with Samoa Joe to defend his and Adam Cole’s ROH Tag Team Championship against Austin & Colten Gunn during the Full Gear Zero Hour pre-show as well.

The AEW World Champion took to Twitter and sent a final message to fans, as he thanked them for believing in him throughout the whole journey and made it clear he couldn’t care less about those who hate him.

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Last tweet of the day as I mentally prepare for Full Gear.

A lot of the athletes in my profession will take for granted the idea of being a professional wrestler and the incredible way we get to put food on the table is because of YOU reading this tweet.

Wether you love me or Hate me.

I don’t give a s***

I just wanted to say thank you for allowing me to live my Dream and being a part of my Journey.

MJF is set to defend his AEW World Championship against Jay White at the Full Gear pay-per-view on November 18th. We will have to wait and see if he will be able to retain his title at the event.

What do you think of what MJF said? Is he truly one of AEW’s best babyfaces now? Let us know in the comments section below!

November 18, 2023 12:15 pm

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