Former Champion Blasts MJF’s “Small D*ck” Actions During AEW Revolution

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AEW Revolution saw MJF retain his AEW World Championship, but the brash young star didn’t escape without controversy.

In the middle of his 60-minute iron man match against Bryan Danielson in the show’s main event, Maxwell Jacob Friedman took a detour to talk trash to the crowd in attendance in San Francisco. One woman in the front row was shocked when MJF took her drink out of her hand and threw it on her son, causing the son to break down crying.

The child, whose name was later revealed to be Titus, was not a plant, and security checked on him after the incident according to a report from Fightful Select. Amanda Huber also comforted the young fan, and he was taken backstage after the show to meet some of his AEW favorites and receive merchandise.

AEW President Tony Khan addressed the situation in a press conference following the show, saying that the champion’s actions were out of line and making it clear he’d spoken with Friedman about the incident.

“Before we came up here, we had a serious conversation and I mean that. It’s not to be taken lightly. The young man Titus was a real pro about it. We’ll see Titus again in AEW. I believe Titus is actually coming to Sacramento. I was just with him, he was a real champ about it. The champion didn’t act like a champion there. I think Titus was great.” (h/t Fightful)

Scorpio Sky Says MJF’s Actions At AEW Revolution Were “Smallest D*ck Energy”

While some fans believe MJF’s actions toward Titus were an example of him being a true wrestling heel, former AEW World Tag Team Champion Scorpio Sky disagrees. Taking to social media, he called out Friedman for having “small d*ck energy” as he was disrespectful to a young wrestling fan.

“I’ll say it if nobody else will, fans/media celebrating a kid being disrespected at a show is the smallest dick energy imaginable.”

According to a new report from Fightful Select, despite still being signed to the All Elite roster, Scorpio Sky hasn’t been present at AEW shows in months and has rarely been seen backstage since losing the TNT Championship to Wardlow last July.