MJF Thinks He Would 'Absolutely Tear It Up' On Dancing With The Stars Or The Masked Singer

MJF is no stranger to singing and dancing, appearing on the Rosie O'Donnell show at a young age to sing "You Are My Sunshine."

On AEW television, he and Chris Jericho famously performed Le Dinner Debonaire, which earned MJF a 'Best Performances In 2020' listing by the New York Times.

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A handful of wrestlers, including Jericho, have crossed over to Dancing With The Stars and there are various popular reality competition shows featuring celebrities such as The Masked Singer.

How does MJF believe he would fare on such shows?

"I definitely think I would absolutely tear it up on Dancing with the Stars or a Masked Singer," MJF told Jason Brow of Hollywood Life when asked if he believes he would do better than Miz or Jericho on Dancing With The Star. "Do I think I would be better than them? I am better than everybody at everything, so that is kind of a dumb question. But, to be fair, I have dipped my toes outside the wrestling bubble as of late. I have my hands in a lot of different pots. Some things are going to be coming up that people are going to be shocked about that I am involved in or have already finished. Exciting times in the world of MJF."

When asked if he's interested in doing more TV or movies, MJF replied, "It’s something I am very interested in, and perhaps, just perhaps, that might have been one of the things I was saying. I was just recently involved with a few things. I would say that I am very so much interested in the acting thing and if there is anyone in Hollywood reading this who watches me on TV on a week-to-week basis, you understand that I am the best thing going in any capacity of entertainment or sport and stop being a moron and put me on one of your projects!"

Before he potentially heads to the dance floor, MJF is set to take on Darby Allin at AEW Full Gear.

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