Jorge Masvidal Claims He Will Inflict Real Harm On Wrestlers In AEW

Photo: Instagram/Jorge Masvidal 

Jorge Masvidal, a well-known UFC fighter, is notorious for making controversial statements and stirring up controversy.

Despite his absence from AEW television for some time, he has now made claims that he would inflict actual harm on wrestlers in AEW.

Masvidal had previously appeared on AEW television in 2021 as part of Dan Lambert's American Top Team, and was involved in a feud with The Inner Circle.

Photo: Instagram/Jorge Masvidal 

During an interview with Jim Varsallone, Masvidal confirmed that he will be returning to AEW in April, but as a spectator rather than a participant.

However, some have speculated that Tony Khan may be hesitant to involve Masvidal in the show due to his altercation with Chris Jericho.

Masvidal did not confirm whether he will participate in the show or not, but he did state that he is not playing around when he enters the wrestling ring and intends to cause real harm to his opponents.

He expressed his love for AEW's rowdy shows and will attend as a fan to show his support.

Despite previous statements from Tony Khan and Scorpio Sky expressing interest in Masvidal becoming a professional wrestler, Masvidal believes that AEW may be apprehensive about having him back after his altercation with Jericho.

It remains to be seen whether Masvidal will pursue a career in professional wrestling in the future.

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