Tony Khan comments on his AEW World Champion.
MJF became even more despicable on the February 8 episode of AEW Dynamite when he told the story of how he crashed his car and then put the body of his incapacitated date in the drivers seat as the police arrived at the scene.
MJF has had a contentious relationship with Khan since he started in AEW, and things only elevated after AEW Double or Nothing 2022 when MJF begged Khan to fire him and was then off television until AEW All Out 2022.
Speaking on K&C Masterpiece, Khan commented on MJF.
"He's one of the most dislikable people there is. He elicits that emotion for a lot of people. He's a very challenging personality and very hard to work with, but he's a great professional wrestler. We saw it last week, that incredible match to kick off Championship Fight Night on Dynamite. MJF is a great wrestler, he showed it out there one-on-one against (Konosuke) Takeshita. It'll be the ultimate test for a champion, for a pro wrestler, on March 5 at Revolution, in the main event, a 60-minute Iron Man match when MJF goes one-on-one with the greatest technical wrestler in the world, maybe the greatest technical wrestler of all time, 'The American Dragon' Bryan Danielson. MJF, if you don't like him, get ready to see him get put through the ultimate test of punishment. We'll see what kind of wrestler and champion he is. Knowing, as a fan, you're going to see Bryan Danielson wrestle for 60 minutes, what a treat," he said.
After running a gauntlet of opponents over the past month, Danielson earned a shot at MJF and the AEW World Title at AEW Revolution.
MJF will appear on Wednesday's AEW Dynamite. Fightful will have live coverage of the show beginning at 8 p.m. ET on Wednesday.
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