MJF returns at Double or Nothing, says he’s not “f*cking going anywhere”

Sporting a denim/leather jacket similar to Triple H’s return at Madison Square Garden in January 2002, former AEW World champion MJF made a spectacular return at Double or Nothing last night in Las Vegas.

A jacked-up MJF interrupted an Adam Cole in-ring promo and Cole asked for a hug. In return, he got a low blow and a brain buster before he cleared the ring.

MJF said that unlike many people in the back, he didn’t need New Japan or Vince McMahon to make him a star and MJF made MJF a star. The former champ said that there will be no more bullshit or kangaroo kicks and this is all about hate. The Devil mask which Cole had was still in the ring and MJF went all Nature Boy on it, dropping an elbow, saying it’s dumb and that he does not need a mask to show on what level he is.

Addressing his contractual status, MJF then told the cameraman to zoom on his calf, where he revealed a tattoo which said Bet on Yourself and the AEW logo.

“You can call me the Wolf of Wrestling because I’m not f*cking leaving,” he said to a big pop from the crowd.

The fired up MJF then posed on the turnbuckles, showing his new, lean physique.

MJF has not appeared on AEW television since the Worlds End pay-per-view in December 2023 where he lost the title to Samoa Joe.

Colin Vassallo
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Colin Vassallo has been editor of Wrestling-Online since 1996. He is born and raised in Malta, follows professional wrestling and MMA, loves to travel, and is a big Apple fan!

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