A former WWE name has made a bold claim that while Roman Reigns may be ‘great’ that he is ‘not even close’ to MJF.
Speaking on his ‘Wrestling with Freddie’ podcast, Freddie Prinze Jr. said:
“This dude is the gold standard of professional wrestling. He is top of the food chain,”
“Roman Reigns is what he is. He’s great, and he’s not even close to reaching what MJF already has. And MJF hasn’t been doing it half as long, at this level,”
“This dude — he could go out next week, sit in a stool, open Dr. Seuss books (the one that you’re not allowed to read anymore), and read it word for word, and show the pictures of the racist imagery that everyone got mad about, and they would cheer, and it would be the highest-rated segment of the week.”
We’ll let you debate the merits of his actual point in comments, is MJF on a higher level of performer than Roman Reigns?
While the former teen idol didn’t specify which offensive Dr. Seuss book MJF could read to the crowd, there are a variety of choices.
Please don’t Tony Khan. Although more singing probably wouldn’t hurt, MJF truly has an impressive set of pipes!
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— Maxwell Jacob Friedman™️ (@The_MJF) April 13, 2023
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