- Born: 03/15/1996 in Plainview, New York
- Birthname: Maxwell T. Friedman
- Height & Weight: 5'11", 216 Ib
- AEW World Heavyweight Championship
- AEW Dynamite Diamond Ring (2019, 2020, 2021)
- ROH World Tag Team Championship – with Adam Cole
- Blind Eliminator Tag Team Tournament (2023) – with Adam Cole
- MLW World Middleweight Championship
- MLW World Tag Team Championship – with Richard Holliday
- CZW Wired Championship (2 times)
- CZW World Heavyweight Championship
Maxwell is currently signed to All Elite Wrestling (AEW). He previously performed for Major League Wrestling (MLW), where he is a former MLW World Tag Team Champion, while also being a former one-time and inaugural MLW World Middleweight Champion.
He departed MLW in January of 2020. Friedman has also worked on the American independent circuit appearing most notably for Combat Zone Wrestling, where he is a former one-time CZW World Heavyweight Champion and a two-time CZW Wired Champion.
– During the Double or Nothing weekend, MJF legitimately no-showed a fan fest. This came after months of rumors about the backstage tension between MJF and AEW owner Tony Khan about MJF’s contract and payment he felt he should have, as well as doing an interview with Ariel Helwani without telling management.
On the June 1 edition of Dynamite, MJF cut a worked shoot promo about not being respected by the fans and Khan. The segment ended with MJF demanding to be fired by Khan, calling Khan a “****** mark”, his microphone being cut off, quickly fading to commercial, and the commentators not referencing the situation after the break. The next day, his profile was removed from AEW’s website and his merchandise was pulled on AEW’s merchandise site as part of the storyline.
After returning a few months later, he won a ladder match to have the opportunity to cash in for a AEW World Championship match at any time. He faced Jon Moxley at Full Gear, and had promised William Regal not to use his Dynamite Diamond Ring to win the match. Regal turned on Moxley by handing MJF a pair of brass knuckles to win the title.
At AEW All In 2023 from London at Wembley Stadium, MJF won the ROH World Tag Team Championship with Adam Cole on the Zero Hour pre-show, and then later defended his AEW World Championship against Adam Cole in the main event.
Notable Feuds: vs. Wardlow, vs. Chris Jericho, vs. Cody, w/ The Dynasty vs. The Hart Foundation
Other Notable Achievements: AAW Heritage Championship, A1 Outer Limits Championship, CBS Sports Rookie of the Year (2019), Ironman Heavymetalweight Championship, Inspire Pro Wrestling Pure Prestige Championship, Limitless Wrestling World Championship, MCW Rage Television Championship, Rockstar Pro Wrestling American Luchacore Championship, Rockstar Pro Trios Championship – with Ace Romeo, Xcite International Championship