MJF makes a bold statement regarding making an appearance at the next big UFC event

Current AEW World Champion MJF talks about making an appearance at the next UFC event to confront one of the upcoming martial artists.

MJF and Paddy Pimblett

MJF is at the pinnacle of his career after defeating Jon Moxley to become the AEW World Champion a few days ago. Maxwell has a very large attitude within him that attracts everyone, and this attitude was becoming a problem for Paddy Pimblett.

Paddy is a UFC fighter who has a 19-3 record in the MMA world. The British Fighter will fight in the co main-event against Jared Gordon for the upcoming UFC 282 on December 10th. MJF mentioned this match in an ESPN interview, claiming he could confront Paddy after the match gets over.

MJF disclosed that the UFC fighters do not see pro wrestling as a legitimate sport, which is wrong. MJF is in the business for quite some time, and if Paddy steps into this ring, he wouldn’t stand against him for over 2 seconds.

MJF said, “I wouldn’t be shocked if the AEW World Champion shows up on December 10 in Vegas, I’m sick and tired of people talking about pro wrestling as if it’s some f***ing stunt show. The fact of the matter is Paddy ‘The Prima Donna’ Pimblett would not last two seconds in a professional wrestling ring with me. Maybe not even one.”

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MJF talks about the seriousness of pro wrestling

MJF (Image Credit: sports illustrated)

MJF discussed the seriousness of pro wrestling in the same interview. Maxwell stated People who believe that pro wrestling has nothing to do with the UFC are mistaken. Wrestlers sustain more injuries and have more serious fractures than martial artists.

People take UFC more seriously, according to Maxwell, but what pro wrestlers are doing isn’t entirely phony, and it affects a lot of superstars. Many superstars never return, as they cut their careers short because of an injury.

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MJF kicking off a feud with a UFC Fighter will be a tremendous step for the wrestling industry, but it will be a highly risky move. Let’s see if the AEW World Champion will appear at UFC 282 and face Paddy Pimblett.

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Anurag bhardwaj is a huge wrestling fan since 2015. Anurag is a student who lives in Delhi and loves to write about different things.