Last night on AEW All Out, MJF and Adam Cole defended their ROH Tag Team Championships against The Dark Order. Following the match, as the Salt of the Earth was exiting the ramp, he encountered Samoa Joe.
Despite injuring his neck early on in the match, Friedman gave everything he had to help himself and Adam Cole retain their ROH World Tag Team Championships against John Silver and Alex Reynolds.
As the AEW World Champion was returning to the locker room, Samoa Joe came out and shoved MJF aside as he was making his way to the ring. This did not sit well with the self-proclaimed Devil. An irate Friedman rushed back into the ring and attacked Joe. Before things got too chaotic, security showed up and separated the two.
Friedman took it to Twitter to warn the self-proclaimed King of Television. The AEW World Champion claimed that he was not the same person that Joe pushed around during his time in WWE NXT. This was referring to the time when MJF was one of the security guards who was pushed around by Joe.
“I’m not the kid you shoved in Brooklyn, motherf*****r. Game on,” MJF tweeted.
Samoa Joe Responds
After brawling with MJF, the Samoan Submission Machine went on to successfully defend his ROH World Television Championship against Shane Taylor.
After getting the victory, Joe took to Twitter to claim that he was celebrating his win with some good music. This was also a subtle shot at the Salt of the Earth as the song he claimed to be jamming to was “Move B*tch” by Ludacris.
Previously, Joe challenged CM Punk for the “Real” World Championship at the All In PPV. Unfortunately, the King of Television was unsuccessful in his venture. But now, it looks like he will be going after MJF and his AEW World Title next.
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A little celebration music for tonight’s big W.
Ludacris – Move B***H (Official Music Video) ft. Mystikal, I-20 https://t.co/TC6ItCiDjv
— Samoa Joe (@SamoaJoe) September 4, 2023
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