Road Dogg Says MJF Wouldn’t Make It Far In WWE

11 months ago by Connel Rumsey

Road Dogg Says MJF Wouldn’t Make It Far In WWE AEW

The saga between MJF and AEW took place only two months ago, but given the state of the wrestling world it seems like a lifetime ago at this point.

MJF hasn’t appeared on AEW television since the June 1 episode of AEW Dynamite, where he cut his now infamous promo about Tony Khan and the company.

With MJF potentially wanting out of AEW, and WWE reportedly having a lot of interest in bringing him in, speculation about him following in Cody’s footsteps and jumping over to WWE has become a hot talking point.

WWE Hall of Famer Road Dogg recently spoke about MJF to SportsKeeda, where he admitted that he doesn’t believe that MJF would make it far if he was to cross over to WWE, due to him not having the same control as he does in AEW.

He said:

“I don’t think he would work within the same parameters, and if he didn’t, he wouldn’t be there. He’s not a huge guy. His in-ring work is good. He’s not going to move the needle or anything, I don’t think, but nobody does these days so I’m not really talk-dogging him too much. But yeah, he has a lot of creative control right now and maybe they (AEW) took some away from him and that’s where he’s at. We’ll see when he comes back and where they go. But yeah, I don’t think he makes it too far in the WWE.”

Road Dogg continued on, claiming that he believes that WWE would want to use MJF as a manager, saying:

“I think Vince, in my mind, would use him as a manager, like the next Paul Heyman or something like that. I met the kid and spent a day with him at an autograph signing. He’s a pleasure, he was respectful, and I loved it and I loved the kid. We’ll just see what happens when he returns.”

Road Dogg also spoke about AEW’s booking of Wardlow recently, claiming that AEW gave him the ‘Jabroni Title’.

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