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“That bullsh*t ain’t happening anymore” – MJF Mentions CM Punk Controversy After AEW Dynamite Goes Off The Air

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• “That bullsh*t ain’t happening anymore” – MJF Mentions CM Punk Controversy After AEW Dynamite Goes Off The Air

As seen in the main event segment of tonight’s AEW Dynamite, MJF and AEW World Champion Jon Moxley had their final face-off before their Title match at this Saturday’s Full Gear 2022 PPV.

After the show went off the air, AEW President Tony Khan came to the ring. MJF cut a promo, where he put over Tony, addressed his 2024 contract status again and touched upon the CM Punk controversy.

Below is what he said:

“No bullsh*t. Everybody listen to me real quick. A lot of bullsh*t has gone on. A lot of bullsh*t. We all know it, we all know it. However, let me make something crystal clear.

Me and you, we’ve been at odds once or twice. I’m not gonna stand here and pretend that’s not the case but there’s something I take issue with that I’ve been seeing lately. Everybody make some noise if you’re a fan of professional wrestling.

You guys think you’re wrestling fans. Imagine for one second if you have the opportunity to bring your love of professional wrestling out to the world and create an alternative, would you do it?

This man right here (Tony Khan) busts his a$$ week in, week out to give not just you but to give all the boys in the back an opportunity to show the world how much we love professional wrestling. This sh*t is not ballet.

Every time we get in this ring we are risking our lives, do you people understand that? We don’t take that lightly, and what I damn sure don’t take lightly is somebody coming in to my company and dropping in trow and taking a dump. That sh*t ain’t happening anymore. Because this is the place and the only reason why it’s here is because of Tony f**king Khan.

Without AEW, professional wrestling is a monopoly and do not get me wrong. I love WWE, trust me. I love WWE. However, hear me out. Hear me out. Your favorite wrestlers don’t get paid properly and don’t eat properly unless Tony Khan makes that alternative and I’m going to finish it with more honesty.

Tony, I’m just gonna keep it real with you. I’m carrying this goddamn place in my bag. If I were you, I would pay up in the bidding war of 2024. Connecticut, you crazy motherf**kers better buy this pay-per-view to witness history because MJF is taking home the gold!”

Also Read: “Stone Cold Steve Austin and CM Punk? Give me a break. You can’t even mention their names in the same breath” – Ric Flair On WrestleMania 39

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• ON THIS DAY IN WWE HISTORY (November 16, 2009) – WWE Monday Night RAW

On this day in 2009, World Wrestling Entertainment aired another LIVE episode of their weekly TV show ‘WWE Monday Night RAW’.

This episode was broadcasted from the Madison Square Garden in New York City, New York and featured matches & storyline segments on the road to the ‘WWE Survivor Series 2009’ PPV.

Here’s the official card from that night:

1. US Title: The Miz vs. MVP

2. Chavo Guerrero vs. Santino Marella

3. WWE Divas Title – Lumberjill Match: Melina vs. Alicia Fox

4. Evan Bourne vs. Jack Swagger

5. Chris Jericho & Big Show vs. D-Generation X vs. John Cena & The Undertaker

        
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