MJF Potentially Leaving Las Vegas Before Double Or Nothing

1 year ago by Amanda Savage

MJF Potentially Leaving Las Vegas Before Double Or Nothing AEW

ANOTHER UPDATE: Find out whether MJF actually boarded the flight at this link.

UPDATE: According to PWInsider, they had readers report to them that MJF was spotted playing slots in the Mandalay Bay casino during the time he was scheduled to be in the events center for the Meet & Greet. The report also notes that they have been informed the flight booked for MJF is red-eye headed to Newark, NJ so it remains to be seen whether or not MJF will be on the plane. 

In a shocking update to reports of MJF missing a Meet & Greet at AEW Fan Fest, it has been revealed he may not make it to Double or Nothing.

According to a report from Fightful Select, MJF has a cross-country flight booked out of Las Vegas although in the ultimate of soap opera cliffhangers, it remains unknown whether or not MJF has or will get on the plane.

Also noted in the report, the communication between AEW and MJF has literally reached an all-time low, with the only comment any source would make to Fightful on the issue was that AEW was “very unhappy about how it all played out.”

AEW talent and personnel were asked to not comment on the situation and of those Fightful spoke to, none had heard back from MJF.

Despite being advertised for a ticketed Meet & Greet, Maxwell Jacob Friedman no-showed AEW Fan Fest today (May 28) ahead of Double or Nothing.

MJF was scheduled to appear at the 12:45 PM to 2:15 PM block alongside other stars Sammy Guevara & Tay Conti, Kris Statlander, Matt & Jeff Hardy, Eddie Kingston and The Blackpool Combat Club (William Regal, Bryan Danielson & Jon Moxley)

Further details are currently unknown but the hunt for MJF seems to continue with AEW fans permeating Las Vegas for a Sin City weekend full of wrestling.

You can check out all the details about AEW’s Double or Nothing by clicking here.

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