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Dan Lambert On The Idea That MJF Is Crossing The Line: People Are Stupid

Dan Lambert and American Top Team have been consistently featured on AEW Dynamite this summer, so they’ve had a front-row seat for some big moments on TV. Lambert has partnered himself with The Men of the Year in “All Ego” Ethan Page and Scorpio Sky as they continue to rage war against the fans of All Elite Wrestling.

Dan Lambert recently sat down with Shakiel Mahjouri of Cageside Seats to discuss all things AEW. When asked what he thinks about the fans who say MJF crosses a line with his promos, Lambert didn’t mix any words:

“Yeah, it’s pushing the line in everybody’s minds,” Dan Lambert said. “But then you go home and turn on a TV and the bad guy is sex trafficking 12-year-old girls and this guy is a murderer and this guy is a serial killer and everything is great and fun and these Hollywood actresses are the coolest people in the world. But then MJF gets up and says something mean and he’s an assh—e. People are stupid. And by people, I mean you people.”

Dan Lambert was also asked to describe his time in All Elite Wrestling so far, and he’s having a blast:

“It’s fun as s—t. What am I going to say? It’s a blast. You got 45 years of practicing in front of your mirror as a wrestling fan, yelling at everybody. I was always playing the heel my whole life. I always liked the bad guys. When you get a chance to do it and it reflects some of your own real feelings anyway, it’s even better,” Dan Lambert said with a cheeky grin. “I know as much about pro-wrestling as I ever will about MMA. I’ve been following this s—t since I was 6-years-old. It’s what I wanted to be when I wanted to grow up for all those years. So it’s super cool. I would take any personality that they wanted me to do and run with any angle they wanted me to run. It’s just fun having a good time.”

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Do you agree with Dan Lambert when it comes to MJF’s promos? Or do you think he’s crossing the line? Let us know your thoughts by sounding off in the comments section below.