MJF Reveals When He Plans To Retire

6 months ago by Laura Cude

MJF Reveals When He Plans To Retire AEW

MJF is riding the wave of his long-awaited return to AEW and is in full self-flagellation mode when it comes to his plotting out his career.

Speaking at length on KFC Radio, the self-styled Salt of the Earth set out his career plan, explaining why he wants to be a free agent in the near future, saying:

“I do want to be a free agent in 2024. So again, I’m going to wait until January 1st, 2024 because I am an intelligent businessman. I do foresee myself winning that AEW World Title and what happens if my contract goes up and I have that championship? If I’m Tony Khan, I’m probably going to have to pay this guy a lot of money.”

Speaking of money, MJF asserted that this was his main motivation, explaining:

“I concern myself where the money is at. I’ll go to a new company, with a new founder that no one has ever heard of if they’re willing to pay me the most amount of money. I do genuinely think that I’m a prodigy, and I say that humbly. There’s probably no one in the wrestling world that knows more or has a better IQ than me.”

Having established that making money is his main objective, MJF set out his plan for retirement, declaring:

“What I’m about is making the most amount of money I can in the shortest period of time with putting in the least amount of work. So I can retire at like 38 and never have to f**king look at anybody.”

According to the Devil himself, his fellow stars are not genuine for having more wholesome values, saying:

“Now a lot of people have a problem with what I’m saying, which I find hysterical but also I have fans. So I’m the wrestling devil. I call my fans devil worshippers. My devil worshippers, they love me because they know that I’m not throwing bull***t.

“Now I can be a happy go lucky guy. (I) could sit down in this chair and be like, ‘Love everybody. Everyone’s important. Teamwork.’ That’s not what I’m about because that’s bulls**t. They’re just saying that to save face.”

MJF is currently in line for a shot at the world title championship AEW against Jon Moxley.

The time and place of this match-up is at MJF’s discretion following his win at the Casino Ladder Match at AEW All Out.

You can keep up to date with AEW title holders with our championship tracker here.

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