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Update On MJF’s AEW Status After Loss At Double Or Nothing 2022

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• Update On MJF’s AEW Status After Loss At Double Or Nothing 2022

As we all know, MJF no-showed Saturday’s AEW Double Or Nothing Meet & Greet.

There were rumors that he won’t show up for Sunday’s PPV, but he did.

In the opening match of the main PPV show, he lost to Wardlow. Wardlow destroyed him by hitting him with 10 Powerbombs. MJF was taken out on a stretcher.

MJF reportedly showed up minutes before his match and then left immediately after his match.

During the post-PPV media scrum, AEW President Tony Khan was asked to comment on the MJF situation.

Below is what Khan said:

“I’m not going to comment on that. I’ve got a lot of stuff from the pay-per-view that I can comment on, but I’m not going to comment on that.”

According to the Wrestling Observer, this situation is most likely a storyline:

“They have come to an agreement obviously. And, him not showing up (at the Meet & Greet) tells you there’s a work, a story.

If this were real, Tony would have to give him an ultimatum. Like, if you’re not here by 3 o’clock or we’re announcing the match is off. So, him not being there at 4:30, you know he’s gonna be there.

They also have the lineup for the show, the talent. It always had MJF listed as going on first. That did not change at all. So, that tells me him showing up at the last second and then leaving immediately afterwards. This to me, is all storyline.”

According to PWInsider, MJF is expected to be off AEW programming for a while:

“The expectation is that he will not be on the road at least for the next several TV tapings, possibly longer.”

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On this day in 1988, the World Wrestling Federation aired an episode of their weekly TV show ‘WWF Prime Time Wrestling’.

It featured pre-taped matches, interviews & storyline segments on the road to the ‘WWF SummerSlam 1988’ PPV.

The card can be found right here:

– Nikolai Volkoff & Boris Zhukov vs. Jim Powers & Paul Roma

– Ron Bass vs. Jose Luis Rivera

– Jerry Allen vs. Steve Lombardi

– Rick Martel & Tito Santana vs. The Islanders

– Jim Neidhart vs. Don Muraco

– Jim Duggan vs. King Harley Race

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