Wardlow: MJF Is Not A Good Person, He Really Is A Piece Of Shit

Wardlow addresses Maxwell Jacob Friedman.

As it stands right now, Wardlow was MJF’s final opponent in AEW, defeating him, and sending him out of the ring on a stretcher at Double or Nothing, before Maxwell went on TV and called Tony Khan a “fucking mark”, begging to be fired and left the arena on the Wednesday following Double or Nothing.

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Since then, Tony Khan has flat-out refused to address the situation and Wardlow previously commented on Maxwell saying that, he doesn't know where he is and he doesn't care. Now, he's elaborating further on his time working against MJF and how much of a stressful situation it was.

“Honestly, I shouldn’t even give this subject the time of day, and I really don't care to, but I do understand — people gotta understand, we were together for three years. He was the first three years of my career, he was a big part of my career. So if anybody is allowed to touch on this subject, it probably is me. I'll just say this, he's not a good person. He really is a piece of shit. It was not enjoyable working with him. He put me through more stress than anything and his behavior inside of the business and outside of the business is unacceptable. But that's all I'm gonna say about that,” Wardlow said during a recent appearance on Casual Conversations with The Wrestling Classic.

Tonight, Wardlow looks to continue moving on as he attempts to capture the TNT Title from Scorpio Sky on AEW Dynamite. You can see a full preview of tonight's card at this link.

Elsewhere in this interview, Wardlow spoke about being inspired by Jeff Hardy. Read more here.

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