AEW DYNAMITE Continues To Tease MJF Joining The Inner Circle - Could He Replace Sammy Guevara?

AEW DYNAMITE Continues To Tease MJF Joining The Inner Circle - Could He Replace Sammy Guevara? AEW DYNAMITE Continues To Tease MJF Joining The Inner Circle - Could He Replace Sammy Guevara?

There's a lot of speculation that MJF will end up joining The Inner Circle at some point, and during last night's episode of AEW Dynamite, it was insinuated that he may actually replace Sammy Guevara...

By MarkCassidy - Oct 01, 2020 05:10 AM EST
Filed Under: AEW

Will we see MJF join The Inner Circle? It's definitely something AEW wants fans to think is in the cards, and the possibility was teased once again during last night's episode of Dynamite.

Freedman and Wardlow paid a visit to the group's locker room under the pretence of congratulating Chris Jericho on his victory over Isiah Kassidy earlier in the night, bringing custom made jackets for every member of the team... except Sammy Guevara!

After the usual "do you want to/do you want me to join the Inner Circle" back and forth with The Demo God, Max left as Sammy began to call him a loser. Jericho cut him off, however, pondering, "maybe he's not."

Right now, speculation points to MJF replacing Guevara in the faction, but there are lots of other ways this could play out. It could even lead to a feud beween Jericho and Freedman, although that would probably involve one of them turning face, which seems unlikely right now.

How do you guys see this situation unfolding? Is AEW trying to swerve us, or will MJF really wind up joining the Inner Circle? Let us know in the comments.

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