3 Key Points
- Adam Cole exposed as “The Devil,” betraying MJF at AEW World’s End.
- Cole announces intention to explain his actions on “AEW Dynamite.”
- MJF reportedly sidelined due to injury, not expected to respond immediately.
Shocking Betrayal Unfolds at AEW World’s End
Fans at AEW World’s End witnessed a stunning turn of events when Adam Cole revealed himself as the mysterious figure plotting against MJF. This disclosure came moments after MJF lost his AEW World Title to Samoa Joe. The new alliance attacked MJF, marking a dramatic end to the pay-per-view.
Adam Cole Promises Answers on AEW Dynamite
With the wrestling community still buzzing, Adam Cole took to social media to assure his attendance at AEW Dynamite. He teased a forthcoming explanation as to why he turned against MJF, asking followers to “give the devil his due.”
The Backstory of Cole and MJF’s Rivalry
The conflict between Cole and MJF can be traced back to a draw they battled to in June during a World Title Eliminator match on “Dynamite.” Their relationship evolved into a partnership, which saw them win the ROH Tag Team Titles. Yet, this camaraderie disintegrated following Cole’s injury and subsequent return as the conniving “Devil.”
MJF’s Future Uncertain After Injury
As the wrestling world awaits Cole’s explanation, a direct response from MJF is not anticipated. With reports of a torn labrum and a potentially lengthy recovery, MJF may be out of action for quite some time. Speculation about his AEW contract status is fueled by his removal from the company’s roster page online.
Tonight’s episode of “AEW Dynamite” promises to shed light on the motivations behind one of the most shocking turns in recent pro wrestling history. As fans eagerly tune in, the absence of MJF’s rebuttal leaves questions only time can answer.