MJF threatens to leave AEW for WWE in 2024 as he references Triple H and more on Dynamite
Posted by  badge Boss on Sep 08
MJF has threatened to join Triple H in WWE when he AEW contract expires (Picture: AEW)

All Elite Wrestling star MJF didn’t take long to show his true colours after returning at All Out as he threatened to leave and join in 2024.

The so-called Salt of the Earth has made no secret of the fact his contract is up in two years, and he has been absent for months after walking out on over an apparent contract row.

He made his comeback over the weekend to win the Casino Ladder Match to guarantee himself an AEW World Championship match, but after and playing up to the Buffalo, New York crowd he quickly shifted his focus after Jon Moxley interrupted him.

Showing fantastic crowd control he said: ‘Let em get this straight, Jonathan. You think I’m not being sincere here in Buffalo, New York?

‘In front of all these grotesque, poor lard-asses, who have quite possibly the worst football team in the history of the United States of America?!’

After wiping his backside with the Buffalo Bulls jersey he’d been wearing, he slipped back into the MJF fans love to hate.

He ranted: ‘Now Jon, I don’t know if you’re a little bit woozy considering you went to sleep on Sunday, but maybe you’ve got a point. Maybe I don’t care about AEW. Maybe I don’t care about these people.

‘Maybe, just maybe, I look at the world title as nothing more than a bargaining chip that I can use for the bidding war of 2024. Maybe I take that title to a real wrestling company with real fans, and real wrestlers like my friend and hero, the American Rollercoaster Cody Rhodes!

‘I’m holding the microphone you bums, keep your mouth shut! And maybe, just maybe, I get to work for a real boss – the only in Khan in professional wrestling that’s worth a damn, jolly old Saint Nick!

‘Because to quote the greatest wrestler of all time – and my personal hero – The Game, “That is what’s best for business.” ‘

His comments come while AEW boss Tony Khan is dealing with plenty of turmoil within the company after , which has led to suspensions and people being stripped of their championships.

AEW Dynamite airs Wednesday nights at 1am on Fite TV.