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MJF ADDRESSES the attack on Jay White during AEW WrestleDream

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In a recent twist of events at AEW WrestleDream, MJF took centre stage to address the rumours surrounding the attack on Jay White.

This incident, which took place during the September 27th episode of Dynamite, has been the talk of the wrestling community.

As the Dynamite episode concluded, viewers witnessed a shocking scene where Jay White was ambushed by four masked individuals.

The camera then shifted its focus to an individual, presumably the mastermind behind the attack, donning MJF’s iconic ‘Devil’ mask. However, speculations arose as many believed that the person behind the mask wasn’t MJF, based on the stature of the individual.

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MJF: WrestleDream’s Revelations

WrestleDream’s main card commenced with Maxwell defending the ROH World Tag Team Championship. Originally, the match was supposed to be a tag team event with Adam Cole partnering with Maxwell Jacob Friedman.

However, due to an unfortunate ankle injury sustained by Cole a few weeks prior, the dynamics of the match changed.

During his entrance, MJF seized the moment to clear the air. He vehemently denied any involvement in the attack on White, stating that someone had stolen his ‘Devil’ mask.

The night saw MJF successfully retaining the ROH World Tag Team Championship against The Righteous, with a clever use of the ropes to secure the win.

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  • Who was attacked on the September 27 episode of Dynamite?
    • Jay White was the victim of the attack.
  • Who was suspected to be behind the attack?
    • Maxwell was suspected due to the ‘Devil’ mask, which is his signature.
  • Did MJF admit to the attack?
    • No, he clarified at AEW WrestleDream that he wasn’t involved and that his mask had been stolen.
  • Who did MJF face at AEW WrestleDream?
    • MJF defended the ROH World Tag Team Championship against The Righteous.

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