MJF Looks Back On 2023, Thanks Poors

MJF looks back on a massive 2023.

This year has been a big one for MJF, who has been AEW World Heavyweight Champion throughout the year, defending it at All In in the main event.

As of late, MJF has been having it rough at the hands of Bullet Club Gold.

In a recent tweet, MJF called 2023 the most challenging year of his life.

This will feel random but I just wanted to say I’ve been doing this since I was 18 and there were times I questioned if I belonged or if I was good enough to be involved in something I hold at such a high regard.

2023 has been a year that has challenged me more physically and emotionally then any year of my life. One day I’ll tell everyone what stuff went down in my personal life….

But it’s also been the most amazing year as well. I can say confidently I’ve never loved this sport more.

I’m excited for the present and the future.

I wanted to thank everyone who ever told me I was great.

And everyone whoever told me I wasn’t good enough.

It all drives me to reach for my ultimate goal of going down as one of the greats.

Thanks for following my career.

Thanks for loving something I cherish and hold dearly.

Thank you Poors.

Thank you Pro wrestling.


MJF is scheduled to defend his world title against Jay White at AEW Full Gear next month.

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