Maxwell Jacob Friedmann, MJF, AEW
MJF working the crowd on an episode of AEW Dynamite. AEW


  • MJF has established himself as one of the elite heels in the pro wrestling industry
  • Liv Morgan recently spoke about him potentially moving to WWE
  • MJF working with Triple H puts him in a great position to succeed in the business

All Elite Wrestling (AEW) has a star on their hands in the form of super heel Maxwell Jacob Friedmann, better known as MJF, and he has not been shy about teasing a move to WWE in 2024.

Earlier this year, MJF spoke with combat sports personality Ariel Helwani and made it known that his contract is expiring on January 1, 2024 in order to draw significant money from both WWE and AEW in a bidding war over him.

With pro wrestling fans hanging on to his every word due to his natural charisma, people began speculating as to whether his contract will truly expire by then and eventually make the jump to the top company in the industry.

Former SmackDown Women's Champion Liv Morgan revealed to Metro that only MJF knows whether he makes the move.

"When 2024 comes, I think only he can know or decide what is best. I think whatever he wants to do is gonna be the best decision for him. Wherever he goes, I'm just he'll be a star," Morgan said.

Rumors of MJF joining WWE further intensified in late September when the AEW star took a picture with Morgan and the latter posting it to her Twitter, but she confirmed that them meeting at a friend's birthday party was happenstance.

The AEW star had reportedly drawn the ire of the company's showrunner and co-founder Tony Khan since MJF did not tell AEW's PR team of him revealing his contract situation.

In June, MJF took things to another level when he leveled criticism towards Khan and AEW in general during his highly acclaimed promo on the June 1 episode of AEW Dynamite.

MJF only needed seven minutes of screentime to do the following: berate Khan and AEW fans, the company's current trajectory, slam their decision to pay a lot of money to former WWE performers, and dare the owner to fire him over his fiery remarks.

To many pro wrestling fans, that promo solidified how great a performer MJF is on the microphone while also showing his potential as a top star in the industry.

The 26-year-old from Plainview, New York has the makings of an all-time great and many believe that him jumping to WWE under the guidance of Triple H can propel him to such heights.

WWE's new chief content officer has shown over the years that he can make stars out of anybody if given the chance to handle their careers and debuts–the best example being Karrion Kross and Bray Wyatt's respective returns.

The self-proclaimed "Salt of the Earth" has the pro wrestling world in his hands, and fans will be waiting to see what happens on New Year's Day of 2024.

Maxwell Jacob Friedmann, MJF
Maxwell Jacob Friedmann, better known as MJF, makes his way to the ring. AEW