AEW might attain new levels with MJF vs. CM Punk
AEW “All Out” main event on Sunday night featuring CM Punk and Jon Moxley was a success with an unexpected twist.
CM Punk is back and so is MJF.
CM Punk predictably claimed the AEW World Championship in Chicago after a very unpredictable path. This was due to his injury, and the MJF-Tony Khan standoff.
AEW’s finale was a good advertisement for the upcoming events. It set everything up nicely and closed with a recap of the show.
In the end, the MJF figure who came out on top in the Casino Ladder match that same night was chosen to be in it because of a behind-the-scenes deal with Tony Khan himself.
In the voicemail, Khan spoke of his plans to create a one-off match. Rosters are tight and often face problems with extending contracts.
There are many aspects that make the story interesting. There are rumors of a serious clash between MJF and the promotion after he hasn’t been seen since June, cutting a promo on Khan and leaving.
MJF issues with the IRS, who was preventing them from touring was reflective of CM Punk’s troubles with the WWE. He was in a weird purgatory, as had he not been injured, the feud between Mick and Punk would have continued.
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AEW needed to account for the momentum of the obvious main-event scene between these two.
MJF was very emphatic about being in the ladder match and it’s exciting for fans to see her presence as true, not just a pro wrestling move. It will stay at center stage now that Khan agreed to not force contract extension- so this feud is far from over.
The future of AEW’s main-event scene is the most captivating aspect of wrestling today. With two great storytellers and mic workers, there might be a great pairing for MJF to work with Stokely Hathaway. That way, Wardlow might have something interesting to do in the future.
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The figure that won the Casino Ladder match is also known as being an OBVIOUSLY MJF figure. He won the match because of a deal made with Tony Khan.
In the voicemail, Khan promised to pay the superstar a huge sum and said he agreed not to force the MJF to sign an extension.
The real life MJF’s appearances cut short to rumors of him not being up for the promotion, leading to speculation that his promo appearance on Khan and leaving the scene might have been a veiled attempt at avoiding it.
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The fans, of course, picked up on the parallels between MJF and CM Punk’s past woes. Punk has had his own unfortunate injury which derailed the feud between MJF and him. This left MJF in this weird place where AEW didn’t want to just randomly use him for anything else.
Their priority was to make an impression, so they decided to do something impressive.
What makes Sunday night’s feud emphatic is how MJF’s presence was not just reduced to pro-wrestling. It also shows that the “bidding war of 2024” will still go on, after Khan agreed not to force a contract extension.
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When it comes to what might happen next for AEW, it’s a mystery. They are the best at working on both mic and storytelling, as well as Glenn having MJF that could bring something interesting to do for Wardlow after MJF’s real-world drama derailed his push.
Maxwell T. Friedman is an American professional wrestler. He is currently signed with All Elite Wrestling (AEW) and was the leader of The Pinnacle.
Charles Martin was a two-time MLW World Tag Team Champion and former MLW World Middleweight Champion. Charles Martin departed MLW in January 2020.
IF this team has a good AI, they will be able to create custom content in the same quality as human writers. Friedman has also been known for being successful in the American independent circuit.
Phillip Jack Brooks is a professional wrestling champion and retired mixed martial artist. Currently he’s signed to All Elite Wrestling where he holds the AEW World Championship in his second reign.
He is a successful UFC fighter, who is currently signed to the Cage Fury Fighting Championship (CFFC) as a commentator. He is perhaps known predominantly for his time in WWE, where his 434-day rule as the WWE Champion stands as the 6th longest in WWE history.
Some highlights of John Brooks’ career include the ROH World Championship, wrestling with WWE and winning two of their World Championships.
Superstar, John Brooks won the World Tag Team Championship and was also the fastest wrestler to become a Triple Crown Champion. He has headlined several WWE pay per view events, won Superstar of the Year at the 2011 Slammy Awards, and was voted Wrestler of the Year in 2011 and 2012 by Pro Wrestling Illustrated.
After he left the WWE, Brooks returned to professional wrestling when he joined AEW in 2021.
Punk has consistently portrayed his on-screen persona as confrontational, outspoken, sharp-tongued, straight, and anti-establishment.
For example, Bill Brooks’ alignment as a hero or villain will emphasize different aspects of a straight edge lifestyle in order to achieve the desired reaction.
Herb Brooks retired from an a professional wrestling career to pursue a mixed martial arts career. After spending some time training for amateur competitions and fighting in small-time Japanese leagues, he signed with the Ultimate Fighting Championship.
He lost his second fight to MJF in UFC 225 and was released from his contract. Luke then turned to commentating with the Cage Fury Fighting Championships, an analyst for the WWE broadcasts on Fox Sports 1, and a pundit on SportsCenter on ESPN.
Brooks had his first lead acting role in The Flintstones & WWE: Stone Age SmackDown!, a 2015 animated movie. He has since starred in Girl on the Third Floor, Rabid and Heels.