• Chris Jericho Reacts To MJF Calling Tony Khan A “Mark”
Despite CM Punk becoming the new AEW World Champion, the biggest topic of discussion in All Elite Wrestling right now is MJF and his status with the company.
On this week’s episode of Dynamite, MJF ripped Tony Khan for paying ex-WWE guys more money than him, even though he’s been carrying the company since the beginning and no one is better than him.
MJF also questioned if he would get treated better if he was an ex-WWE wrestler.
He claimed he’s the 2nd biggest minute-for-minute draw in AEW. He then said wrestlers in the back can have his spot because he doesn’t want to be here anymore.
MJF then went on to question the fans who were cheering for him during this promo, but called him an unprofessional piece of sh*t for not showing up at his scheduled Double Or Nothing Meet & Greet session.
He then ripped the fans:
“You people call yourself fans…you’re not fans. You’re uneducated marks. You sit there, on your phones, tweeting out your opinions like they’re worth a damn.
Let me explain something to you people. You don’t know sh*t. Your opinions suck. Your opinions change at the drop of a dime, and then you pretend your new opinions are the same as your old.”
MJF then asked Tony to fire him after calling him a “f**king mark”. His mic was then cut off and AEW went to a commercial break.
You can watch the complete promo below:
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Former AEW World Champion Chris Jericho tweeted the following about this situation:
“For the record AEW is the best sports entertainment company I’ve ever worked for & Tony Khan is the best boss I’ve done business with.
If certain talents feel they’re under compensated, maybe you’re not as good as you think you are.
Go elsewhere PLEASE. You’ll be begging to come back!”
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• On This Day In Pro Wrestling History (June 3, 2016) – Old School WrestleMania Celebrity Passed Away
On this day in 2016, we lost Old School WWF WrestleMania 1 Celebrity Muhammad Ali (fka Cassius Clay) at the age of 74.
Ali is considered one of the best boxers of all time, and probably even THE most famous boxer in the history of Boxing.
He wasn’t just the 2nd (outside) special guest referee at the inaugural WWF WrestleMania in 1985, but also presented the WCW World Heavyweight Championship to “The Immortal” Hulk Hogan at the end of the Halloween Havoc 1994 PPV, as well as fighting Wrestling Legend Antonio Inoki years earlier (1976) in a “Boxer vs. Wrestler” match.
† REST IN PEACE MUHAMMAD ALI
January 17, 1942 – June 3, 2016