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Legendary WWF Manager Gave MJF Permission To Use His Catchphrase

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• Legendary WWF Manager Gave MJF Permission To Use His Catchphrase

On the latest episode of his weekly ‘The Jim Cornette Experience’ podcast, Old School WWF Manager James E. Cornette spoke about current AEW World Champion MJF using his trademarked catchphrase “Thank you, F**k you, Bye”.

Here’s what Cornette said about Maxwell Jacob Friedman using his catchphrase:

“Even though ‘Thank you, F**k you, Bye’ is trademarked, he has permission to use it anytime he wants to, especially anytime he’s using it at the people in AEW and/or the people that cover that same promotion.

I will give him a 100 year license to use it anytime he wants! There will be no legal action! I’m sure there’s gonna be enough legal action in AEW upcoming for everybody without me having to sue MJF.”

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 Wrestling Legend Celebrates His Birthday

Old School WWF/NWA/AWA/WCW Veteran “The Living Legend” Larry Zbyszko (Real name: Lawrence Whistler) turns 71 today.

Who could forget the famous ‘teacher vs student’ rivalry of Bruno Sammartino against Larry Zbyszko, that culminated in a cage match at Shea Stadium in 1980?

Those of you who are a bit younger, will certainly remember him as a WCW official during the Monday Night Wars, when he still occassionally wrestled against the likes of Scott Hall and Eric Bischoff.


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