MJF: Muhammad Ali Did The Same Things I Do And No One Said He Was A Horrible Human

MJF is willing to say anything on the mic and not feel guilty about it. He's take personal digs at all of his opponents including Brian Pillman Jr, Chris Jericho, and Darby Allin as a way to get into their head and mentally break them.

Does that make him a bad person?

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"I'm willing to say whatever I have to in order to defeat my opponents," MJF told UPI. "Muhammad Ali did the same exact thing and nobody was saying he was some horrible human being. It's sad that somebody being real in professional wrestling is a throwback. I don't perform for [expletive]. You know what I do? I be myself 24/7. I'm not a character. I'm not playing anybody. This isn't a game to me. This is a sport. My generation is wildly ADD-ridden and, quite frankly, can barely pay attention to anything anymore. Easily the dumbest people on the face of the Earth. You can tell how dumb they are from who they cheer for. If you're willing to cheer for a guy like Darby Allin, you must be really, really dumb."

MJF will take on Darby Allin at AEW Full Gear. In the interview, MJF challenged Allin to show up without Sting and he will show up without The Pinnacle.

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