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MJF DESTROYS Influencer Boxing star with only SIX words

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AEW World Champion MJF, known for his audacious antics and sharp tongue, recently reached out to Logan Paul, the YouTuber turned WWE star.

MJF’s intention? To appear on Logan Paul’s popular podcast, Impaulsive. In a tweet, MJF expressed his admiration for Logan and voiced his disagreement with the latter’s ranking in the ESPN Top 30 under 30 list.

He also hinted at AEW’s upcoming major event on August 27th, suggesting it would be the biggest show in the history of the sport.

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Unexpected Response from Dillon Danis

While MJF might have been expecting a response from Logan Paul, it was former Bellator MMA fighter Dillon Danis who took the bait.

Danis, who is scheduled to face Logan in a boxing match soon, didn’t mince words. He challenged MJF to step into the MMA ring, insinuating that wrestling was child’s play compared to a “real fight.”

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AEW Star MJF’s Six-Word Retort

MJF, never one to back down from a verbal duel, had a succinct and scathing reply for Danis: “No thanks. I don’t wrestle Jobbers.”

With just six words, MJF managed to dismiss Danis, emphasising his stance on the hierarchy of fighters and where he believes Danis stands.

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The Upcoming Showdown

While the Twitter exchange was fiery, fans are eagerly awaiting MJF’s next in-ring appearance. He is set to face Adam Cole in the main event of AEW All In at Wembley Stadium.

This match is highly anticipated and promises to be a spectacle, given the prowess of both wrestlers.

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