• MJF Comments On Becoming The AEW World Champion
In the main event of the AEW Full Gear 2022 pay-per-view, MJF defeated Jon Moxley to win the AEW World Championship.
William Regal turned heel and handed MJF brass knuckles, which MJF used to knock Moxley out and win the match.
MJF then appeared on the post-PPV media scrum and said the following:
“AEW is now destination television once again. The ship has been steered properly once again. This belt is the most important belt in this entire sport and it’s thanks to 3 letters. It isn’t AEW, and I know for a motherf**king fact it isn’t MOX… it’s MJF.”
MJF refused to take any questions and said:
“Thank you. F**k you. Bye. Champ’s f**king out baby!”
MJF also claimed that he’s the only star in AEW, as he will get on his private jet tomorrow morning and go to his movie set.
You can watch it below:
"Thank you. Fuck you. Bye. Champ’s fucking out baby!"
We are officially in the MJF era.
— Wrestle Ops (@WrestleOps) November 20, 2022
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• On This Day In Pro Wrestling History (November 19, 1991) – WCW Clash Of The Champions 17
On this day in Pro Wrestling history on November 19, 1991, Ted Turner’s World Championship Wrestling aired ‘WCW Clash Of The Champions 17’ LIVE on TBS from the Savannah Civic Center in Savannah, Georgia.
This was the 17th out of a total of 35 Clash of the Champions events, that aired between 1988 and 1997.
The results can be found here:
Lumberjack match: Big Josh defeated Thomas Rich
Bobby Eaton defeated Firebreaker Chip
Tom Zenk defeated The Diamond Studd
WCW World Television Championship: Steve Austin (c) defeated P.N. News
Cactus Jack defeated Van Hammer
WCW World Tag Team Championship: Dustin Rhodes & Ricky Steamboat defeated The Enforcers (c)
WCW Light Heavyweight Championship: Brian Pillman (c) defeated Johnny B. Badd
WCW United States Heavyweight Championship: Rick Rude defeated Sting (c)
WCW World Heavyweight Championship: Lex Luger (c) defeated Rick Steiner