MJF merchandise and profile removed from AEW website
His profile from the AEW website is also gone and he’s no longer listed under the roster page.
MJF hit a home run with his promo this week on Dynamite, telling the AEW President to fire him and calling him a “f*cking mark” before his mic was cut off. It’s expected that MJF will be off television for a bit as this continues to escalate.
Meanwhile, the segment involving his promo on Dynamite was the most-watched of the whole show in quarter-hour viewership released by Wrestlenomics. MJF’s segment drew a total of 1,069,000 viewers and 613,000 in 18-49 but the segment that came after, which included the final three minutes of his promo and an ad break, dropped to 900,000 viewers and 497,000 in 18-49, the lowest of the whole broadcast.
Minute-by-minute viewership for AEW Dynamite on TBS, Wednesday.
The 6 most-viewed minutes in P18-49 were during the MJF promo, and 5 of the top 11 in total viewership. Viewership fell during the ad break that followed.
— Brandon Thurston (@BrandonThurston) June 3, 2022