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“Kid Looked Thirsty” – MJF & Tony Khan React To Fan Incident From AEW Revolution 2023

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• “Kid Looked Thirsty” – MJF & Tony Khan React To Fan Incident From AEW Revolution 2023

As we noted before, AEW World Champion MJF threw a drink at a kid during the main event of last night’s Revolution 2023 PPV.

You can watch it below:

According to Sean Ross Sapp, this kid wasn’t a “plant”:

“It seems like the kid MJF threw the drink on wasn’t a plant. He was very upset. @WilliamRBR went and got him an Acclaimed foam finger.

Some others from AEW talked to the child to help smooth things over. Amanda Huber is sitting with him now.”

Tony Khan and MJF discussed this incident at the post-show media scrum. Below are the highlights:

MJF: Kid looked thirsty.

Tony Khan: We had a conversation before we came up here. We had a serious conversation, and I mean that, it’s not to be taken lightly.

The young man, Titus, was a real pro about it. We’ll see Titus again in AEW. I believe he’s coming to Sacramento.

I was just with him and he was a real champ about it. The champion didn’t act like a champion there. Titus was great.

MJF: Salt of the Earth, that Titus. Real worried about him.

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• On This Day In Pro Wrestling History (March 6, 2007) – Old School WWF Veteran Passed Away

On this day in 2007, we lost Old School WWF Veteran Bad News Brown (Real name: Allen Coage) at the age of 63 due to a heart attack.

Bad News Brown joined the World Wrestling Federation in early 1988 and left shortly before the 1990 Survivor Series PPV, where The Undertaker ended up being his replacement. The rest is history.

His most famous rivalries during his time in the WWF were against “The Macho Man” Randy Savage, Jake “The Snake” Roberts and “Rowdy” Roddy Piper.


October 22, 1943 – March 6, 2007

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