Maxwell J. Friedman has officially wrapped up with Major League Wresting (MLW).
MJF, known to many as the nicest guy in pro wrestling, announced the news on Twitter on Monday morning.
MJF had been with MLW since the promotion’s relaunch back in October 2017. He led the Dynasty faction, along with Alexander Hammerstone and Richard Holliday.
The 23-year-old Long Island native was no stranger to MLW gold. He has held the promotion’s MLW World Tag Team titles (with Holliday) as well as the Middleweight championship.
MJF Focusing on AEW
MJF’s final appearance for MLW took place over the weekend at the MLW Zero Hour TV tapings from Dallas, Texas.
Maxwell J. Friedman is one of the standout performers in All Elite Wrestling (AEW). He is currently embroiled in a feud with his former best friend, Cody Rhodes. The two are on a collision course that is expected to culminate in a match at AEW’s next pay-per-view event, AEW Revolution.
MJF is the #5 ranked Men’s Singles competitor in AEW.