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MJF: Wrestling legend believes he has re-signed with Tony Khan and AEW privately

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In a recent episode of his podcast, Keepin’ It 100, Konnan, a veteran professional wrestler, speculated that MJF, a prominent figure in All Elite Wrestling (AEW), may have already privately extended his contract with the company.

This speculation is based on the freedom that AEW President Tony Khan has given MJF, particularly regarding his comments about the “Bidding War of 2024.”

The Freedom Given to MJF by AEW

Konnan pointed out that Khan allows MJF to express himself freely, especially when it comes to the anticipated “Bidding War of 2024.”

This level of freedom has led Konnan to believe that MJF may have already renewed his contract with AEW. If this is true, it would mean that Maxwell is secure in his position with the company and can freely comment on future events without fear of repercussions.

MJF’s Role in AEW

Konnan also commented on MJF’s role in AEW, stating, “Bro, they’ve given the keys to the car to him. He’s got long promo segments, long matches, he does and says what he wants. He’s the man there.”

This statement highlights the significant role that Maxwell Jacob Friedman plays in AEW, further supporting the idea that he may have already renewed his contract with the company.

The Impact of MJF’s Possible Contract Extension

If the AEW Champion has indeed extended his contract with the company, it would have a significant impact on the wrestling industry. MJF is a key player in AEW, and his continued presence in the company would ensure its continued success.

Furthermore, it would mean that other wrestling companies (namely WWE) would miss out on the opportunity to sign MJF, a talented and popular wrestler.

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