MJF Returns At AEW Double Or Nothing, Attacks Adam Cole

MJF has returned, and announced that he's not leaving

MJF returned to AEW at Double or Nothing on Sunday night in Las Vegas, where he confronted friend-turned-enemy Adam Cole.

Cole was in the ring cutting a promo following the evening's opening match, and brandished the Devil mask. As he went to hit his signature taunt, the lights went out. A video played showing a room filled with various MJF-related paraphernalia, leading to MJF making his entrance (wearing a similar leather jacket/denim vest combination as early-2000s Triple H).

MJF feigned a reunion with Cole, hugging him before kicking him in the crotch, and then dropping him with a brainbuster.

After Cole was helped away, MJF cut a promo, saying in part that he didn't need, "... a New Japan or a Vince McMahon, because MJF made MJF." He added that he was done with the comedy and friendships and that he would once more be driven by hate.

MJF then "attacked" the discarded Devil mask. He then made it clear that he had re-signed with the company, showing an AEW tattoo on the back of his calf, before announcing that he was, "... not f--king leaving."

MJF had not been seen since December 30, after losing the AEW World title to Samoa Joe at Worlds End. After the match, MJF was betrayed by Cole, who revealed himself as "The Devil", and formed the Undisputed Kingdom with Wardlow, Roderick Strong, Matt Taven, and Mike Bennett.

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