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MJF cites old tweet on AEW rival to make his point

MJF cites old tweet on AEW rival to make his

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Ahead of his match against Wheeler Utah this Wednesday on “AEW Dynamite, MJF cited one of his earlier tweets to clarify that he believes a member of the Blackpool Combat Club (BCC)” Not a good person.”

The tweet in question describes an incident in 2018 when both MJF and Yuta were part of an MLW promotion.

“Last night a drunk wheeler Yutah kicked my hotel door half naked and jumped on my bed and forced me to watch a viscera match,” mjf tweeted in 2018, “I can’t make this stuff up. Poor people are wild.”

Quoting the old tweet on Sunday, written by MJF In an in-character post: “I’ve known this guy for a long time. He’s not a good person.”

MJF and Yuta share a lot of history from their days together in the Indies. Utah actually made his MLW debut Against MJF in MLW’s “One Shot” event Feuded with MJF for the MLW Middleweight Title in October 2017, and once again in late 2018. He also shared the ring several times during his time at CZW.

The rivalry was renewed on AEW TV in the 9/22 “Dynamite: Grand Slam” special episode, where the interview segment of Utah was shot by MJF, mocking the BCC member for lacking any personality and charisma. Were. Then, on last week’s show, Utah knocked out MJF before challenging The Firm’s leader to a match. In response, MJF will once again make fun of Utah, emphasizing that Utah has “as much charisma as Joe Frazier, who’s just as dead.” Later, Utah would ambush MJF at the conclusion of the Moxley vs. Juice Robinson match, which MJF watched from the Sky Box.

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This Wednesday’s MJF vs Utah match will mark MJF’s first bout on “AEW Dynamite” since April 13. Salt of the Earth has fought only six matches for AEW in 2022, with the last being a casino ladder match at All Out, where he appeared as “The Joker” and collected a casino chip from Stokely Hathaway.

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