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AEW World Champion MJF Reacts To Kanye West’s Recent Anti-Semitic Comments

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• AEW World Champion MJF Reacts To Kanye West’s Recent Anti-Semitic Comments

New AEW World Champion Maxwell Jacob Friedman was interviewed on ‘Pardon My Take’ before his recent title win, where he spoke about famous music artist Kanye West and NBA basketball player Kyrie Irving, who both made anti-semitic comments in public, which unsurprisingly shocked the Jewish community.

Kanye tweeted:

“I’m a bit sleepy tonight when I wake up I’m going death con 3 On JEWISH PEOPLE The funny thing is I actually can’t be Anti Semitic because black people are actually Jew also You guys have toyed with me and tried to black ball anyone whoever opposes your agenda.”

Here’s what MJF said:

“I think Kyrie and Kanye are interesting. I think their beliefs are interesting, and by interesting, I mean fed up, and if anybody condones it, I think you’re a f’ing loser.

He was talking about us as if we were scaly little trolls that live under the bridge, when we’re normal, functioning members of society.”

Maxwell Jacob Friedman was born into a Jewish family in Long Island, New York, and was trained to become a professional wrestler by former WWE Superstar Curt Hawkins (Brian Myers).

MJF made his official pro-wrestling debut on the indies in 2015 and joined Tony Khan’s All Elite Wrestling in 2019.

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• Old School WWF Tag Team Veteran Would Have Celebrated His Birthday

Today would have been the 60th birthday of old school WWF Tag Team Wrestler “The Gigolo” Jimmy Del Ray (Real name: David Ferrier).

The highlight of his Professional Wrestling career was certainly teaming with “The Doctor of Desire” Tom Prichard in Smoky Mountain Wrestling (SMW) and the World Wrestling Federation as ‘The Heavenly Bodies’.

After Jimmy Del Ray left the WWF, he wrestled for Ted Turner’s World Championship Wrestling under the name ‘Jimmy Graffiti’.


November 30, 1962 – December 6, 2014

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