MJF Reveals First Live Pro Wrestling And WWE Show He Attended

Top All Elite Wrestling Star MJF spoke with Newsday’s Alfonso A. Castillo on topics such as the first live pro wrestling show he attended as well as the first WWE show he attended.

MJF said:

“The first live wrestling show I saw on Long Island was an NYWC show.” “The first live show I saw in New York was in Madison Square Garden. It was the first-ever Elimination Chamber (WWE Survivor Series 2002). I just remember when Shawn Michaels hit the pose, in his weird little Dutch Boy haircut, crimson mask, dookie brown pants. I just remember looking to my left and my right and going, ‘I could do this.’ And I was right.”

MJF also spoke about some of the talents who worked the NYWC show and how majority of them had a hand in training him.

MJF said:

“Alex Reynolds, Tony Nese, Mikey Whipwreck, Pat Buck. A lot of those guys ended up having a hand in training me.”

MJF then spoke about how there is a hierarchy in pro wrestling and wrestlers who are lower on the AEW roster have to abide by it and bow down to him.

MJF said:

“They all have to bow down to the king.” “That’s how it goes. There’s a hierarchy in the sport, and you’ve got to abide by it, whether you want to or not.”

MJF is set to challenged AEW World Champion Jon Moxley for the AEW World Championship at the AEW Full Gear PPV Event tomorrow night.

You can check out MJF’s comments at this link.

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