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WWE Hall of Famer makes BAFFLING claim about MJF

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In a recent episode of his podcast “Oh You Didn’t Know,” WWE Hall of Famer Brian “Road Dogg” James made a bold assertion about his standing in the world of sports entertainment compared to former AEW World Champion MJF.

This claim has sparked considerable discussion among wrestling fans and insiders alike.

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Road Dogg: His Surprising Statement on MJF

During the podcast, Road Dogg, known for his candid and often humorous takes, declared himself a better sports entertainer than MJF.

He acknowledged MJF’s skills, especially in promos, but maintained that in terms of overall sports entertainment, he surpasses the young wrestler.

Road Dogg’s comments, while seemingly (they have to be, surely!?) in jest, highlight the ongoing debate about what constitutes true talent in the wrestling world.

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MJF: His Current AEW Standing

MJF, a prominent figure in AEW, recently lost the AEW World Title to Samoa Joe at AEW Worlds End 2023. His prowess, particularly on the microphone, has earned him accolades and a strong fan following.

Road Dogg’s comparison to such a contemporary and influential figure in wrestling underscores the evolving nature of sports entertainment and the different skills valued today compared to previous eras.

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  • Who is Road Dogg?
    • Road Dogg, real name Brian James, is a WWE Hall of Famer known for his tenure in the WWF/WWE.
  • What did Road Dogg claim?
    • He claimed to be a better sports entertainer than MJF.
  • Who is MJF?
    • MJF, or Maxwell Jacob Friedman, is a former AEW World Champion known for his skills in promos.
  • Did Road Dogg show respect to MJF?
    • Yes, he acknowledged MJF’s talents and expressed respect for him.
  • What is the significance of this claim?
    • It highlights the debate about talent and skills in different eras of wrestling.
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