MJF Announces His Time With MLW Is Over: ‘The Dynasty Will Live On…Forever’
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MJF appears to be moving on from MLW.
After being with the promotion for the past few years and becoming the company’s first ever World Middleweight Champion, MJF revealed on Twitter that his tenure with the company has come to an end, but wants to know that The Dynasty will continue on.
While my time with @MLW is over I can assure you the Dynasty will live on….forever. I had the best tan btw, it’s just the camera angle.
While my time with @MLW is over I can assure you the Dynasty will live on….forever.
I had the best tan btw, it’s just the camera angle. pic.twitter.com/tSHszAkd4d
— Maxwell Jacob Friedman™️ (@The_MJF) January 13, 2020
The Dynasty will indeed continue on as it was revealed this past week on Fusion that “El Intocable” Gino Medina will join the faction after betraying the trust of Konnan. MJF was a part of the pitch to Medina and celebrated with his brothers by beating down Konnan. MJF happened to mention that he was the only wrestler on the roster signed to two major contracts which certainly got a reaction from that crowd in Queens, NY.
MJF’s announcement comes just after MLW did it’s set of Zero Hour tapings in Dallas, TX. MJF was in action took on Marshall Von Erich in singles competition during the event. Friedman and Holliday both lost the MLW Tag Team Championships to The Von Erichs back in November during Saturday Night SuperFight.