MJF To Receive Key To The Town Of Oyster Bay, AEW Returning To D.C. In June, More | Fight Size

Here is your fight size update for Friday, March 31, 2023.

- MJF is set to receive the key to the city of Oyster Bay for his charitable endeavors. Monday, April 3 will also be proclaimed Maxwell Jacob Friedman day in the city:

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- All Elite Wrestling is returning to Washington D.C. for a dual Dynamite/Rampage taping in June:

- Fans can check out the Los Angeles Times' recent article on WrestleMania 39, which includes interviews with Bianca Belair and Cody Rhodes, by clicking here.

- AC Mack is set to face off against Shoot Taylor at the upcoming Southern Honor Wrestling on Friday, April 14. Fans can learn more here.

- Liv Morgan recently went sneaker shopping with CoolKicks:

- Fans can check out Bleacher Report's recent interview with Rey Mysterio by clicking here.

- Fans can check out Esquire's recent interview with Cody Rhodes by clicking here.

- In a recent interview with Bleacher Report, Cody Rhodes talked about the notion that he brings up his father in every promo:

"People will say, 'Why does Cody always talk about his dad?' or they'll bring that up that it's a regular thing in interviews or how emotional I am over it all, And it's always fun to see and it's never gotten under my skin. But what I noticed with this [WWE run] is it's not always me who's bringing him up. It's everybody else. But for me to be able to finish the story right at the biggest event in the history of wrestling absolutely means the next story is about just me. It isn't tied to anything else. I feel the stakes going into WrestleMania this year. I'm not buckling beneath them. I'm trying to use them to embolden me and strengthen me."

- Charlotte Flair recently joined The Herd with Colin Cowherd to preview WrestleMania 39, discuss her journey in wrestling, and more.

- The IMPACT Knockouts Division is featured on the cover of the latest edition of Pro Wrestling Illustrated.

- In a recent interview with Forbes, Big E talked about the mental side of injuries in wrestling and how he's received a lot of support.

“Especially as someone who unfortunately has dealt with many, many injuries throughout my life, I think the mental side for athletes can definitely be the hardest part,” Big E said. “I’ve really been fortunate to be in a great place. A lot of that is due to the community I have around me that’s been so supportive from my family, friends, fans—just the outpouring of love. It wasn’t just the day of or week of breaking my neck, it’s been consistent. I’ve had so many people send me DMs and tweets asking how I’m doing or sending well wishes. Honestly, that means a lot and I really appreciate it.”

- Check out the latest edition of WWE Now, which serves as a preview for WWE SmackDown, by clicking here.

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