Spoiler On Future Challenger For MJF And The AEW World Title

Yesterday, MJF etched his name in the record books when he became the longest-reigning AEW World Champion in history. The record was secured following his successful title defense against Kenny Omega, who previously held the record with 346 days as champion, on the October 28th edition of Collision. Alongside the historic achievement, however, the number of potential challengers keeps growing larger with the likes of Jay White, Samoa Joe, and Wardlow all having targetted Friedman recently.

However, yet another potential challenger has emerged during the taping for this Friday’s episode of AEW Rampage which took place last night. Spoilers ahead, you have been warned!

One notable match on the show was Daniel Garcia Vs. Trent Beretta: This marked Garcia’s first singles match in the promotion since an AEW House Rules event back in June and his first match on TV programming since the May 24th Dynamite. After picking up a surprise win over Beretta, Garcia cut a promo pointing out the gap in his recent singles matches and went on to call out MJF himself! The former Jericho Appreciation Society member stated he was tired of other people taking his spot and claimed there wasn’t anyone else who wanted a shot at the title more than him.

It’s currently unclear if Garcia will be challenging for the title in the near future and if so, when exactly the match will take place. MJF already has an AEW World Championship defense set for Full Gear later this month against Jay White after weeks of White and the wider Bullet Club Gold taunting him and even going as far as to steal the title belt itself recently!

The full spoilers for the November 3rd episode of AEW Rampage can be seen below, courtesy of PWInsider:

  • Penta El Zero Miedo defeated Komander and El Hijo del Vikingo in a Lucha del Dia de los Muertos match.
  • Skye Blue defeated Marina Shafir.
  • Daniel Garcia defeated Trent Beretta. In a post-match promo, Garcia called out AEW World Champion MJF.
  • The Gunns defeated Matt Sydal and Christopher Daniels. The Acclaimed and Billy Gunn saved Sydal and Daniels from a post-match attack.