How Long Can Wardlow Stand Working With MJF?

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In AEW, MJF is undeniably one of the top stars in the company. He has not been pinned or submitted since he joined the company, and even has a bodyguard in the form of Wardlow. Everything is perfect for MJF to make his way to the AEW Championship sometime in 2020, being a hot pick to battle for the title at All Out, one of the biggest events in the AEW Calendar. However, Wardlow could very well be the one flaw in his plan. He has been loyal to MJF so far, but how long will he be able to stand being the underling to someone so insufferable?

Miscommunication Costed Both Men A Shot At The TNT Championship

With Cody Rhodes ready to be a fighting champion as the first ever TNT Champion, a battle royal was held on this weeks episode of AEW Dynamite. However, a missed right hand made extra deadly by MJF’s Dynamite Dozen ring would level Wardlow, eliminating the heavyweight from the match and costing him a chance to avenge his loss to Cody. MJF would be distracted by his actions, allowing Orange Cassidy and eventual winner Jungle Boy to eliminate him. This was the first crack in the foundation of their relationship, something which could prove deadly for the brash MJF. At the end of the day, it was a miscommunication. MJF knows what kind of man that Wardlow is, that is why he handpicked him as his bodyguard.

Wardlow Would Be Dangerous If He Breaks Out On His Own

Since he joined the company, Wardlow has been tied to MJF. He has been his guard dog, his insurance policy. This has hampered his potential starring role in the company, as everything he’s done has been for MJF. If he chooses to break away from MJF, he will be unstoppable. He’s got all the tools to become a major player, even matching up physically with monsters like Lance Archer, Brian Cage, and Luchasarus.
Do you think Wardlow will snap at his treatment from MJF? Is it a matter of when, not if? Should AEW let this angle simmer for an extended period of time, or was that shot in the Battle Royal the beginning of the end? Let us know what you think in the comment section down below.
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