Freddie Prinze Jr. commented MJF challenging Moxley. Prinze Jr. is delighted with MJF and the quality that he shows relatively young. “It’s MJF, and everybody else is after that. The stories this kid is telling at 26 years old are unbelievable.
I mean, it’s so good. Everything is based in reality[…] He’s not a heel or a babyface. He is Maxwell Jacob Friedman, and he is completely unique to everyone else in this business right now. Nobody can touch him.
Watch what this kid does”. - he said, as quoted by pwmania.com Prinze Jr. has no doubt who will celebrate in this match. MJF is his favorite, obviously. “I don’t know how they’re going to end this story, but he has a match with the AEW World Champion Jon Moxley.
So, I am certain MJF beats Jon Moxley at the pay-per-view. But I am in love with this young man. This dude is awesome. I will blow smoke up his a** every single week on this podcast”.
Freddie Prinze Jr on Vince McMahon
In "Wrestling With Freddy," Prinze Jr commented on Vince McMahon and his reactions to certain forbidden words.
Sometimes it was not easy to work with the former main man in WWE. However, Vince left the biggest mark, and it is still unreal that he is not here. “You weren’t even allowed to say ‘belt’ when Vince McMahon was running things,” Prinze said.
“You had to say ‘title’ or ‘championship.’ I think those were the only two things you could say”. “Belt” isn’t the only word that would set McMahon off. “If you said ‘strap,’ oh, Vince would just go off, man.
‘Aw, godd*****, did he just say strap? Jesus Christ, promo s***,’” Prinze said in his best McMahon impersonation. “He would go off on one word, and the rest of the promo would be dope, and he wouldn’t even hear it.