MJF on Cody Rhodes' statement that he will eventually end up in WWE

"I still talk to Cody to this day. He’s a great guy."

by Sead Dedovic
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MJF on Cody Rhodes' statement that he will eventually end up in WWE
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Speaking to SI Media's Jimmy Trainia, MJF reacted to Cody Rhodes' statements that MJF will eventually come to WWE. MJF put special emphasis on the reactions of fans with whom he was not satisfied. He believes that social media can be a great place to express your opinion. However, most WWE fans use it to argue and spread hatred. Criticisms directed at Rhodes by individuals are not something that MJF is happy with.

“I don’t know why, I saw fans absolutely * on him when all he was saying was his opinion. It’s an opinion. I pray t god I don’t get lambasted online for some of the opinions I’m doing in this interview. I just feel like everything’s so radicalized now and hyperbolic now. That’s why, there’s certain aspects about social media I love. I think it brings people of the same like-mindedness together. I think it allows people to find their own communities. But what I hate about some of the social media, I find that hate-mongering and fear-mongering is the stuff that gets pushed the most."- he said, as quoted by pwmania.com!

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Although MJF did not want to be direct about his potential future in WWE, many believe that this could be an indication of something. MJF is lucky to have a friend like Rhodes and has nothing against his opinion.

"It’s because of this sensationalist stuff that people start believing in the sensationalized stuff and the hyperbolic stuff. I can’t relate to it. I’m a straight shooter. I say it like it is 110% of the time. Cody Rhodes felt that way. In Cody Rhodes’ mind and opinion, that was his way of putting over a friend, a prodigy, a former coworker, former protege. I guess I shouldn’t say former. I still talk to Cody to this day. He’s a great guy. He’s doing great things over there, I’m doing great things over here.”

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