All In was a pretty special night and people are still talking about how important it was. As a matter of fact, they might be talking about it for a very long time to come as well.
Nick Aldis lost his NWA World Heavyweight Title to Cody Rhodes at the big show, but they still had a pretty great way to start off the match. Each competitor got to pick his own entourage to lead them to the ring and many people were surprised to see Jeff Jarrette accompanying Nick Aldis, but Aldis recently posted a response to those skeptics on Twitter to explain why Double J was his pick.
“When we discussed the concept of having teams lead us to the ring for the biggest match of our career, the conversation inevitably turned to whom the team members would be; friends, colleagues, mentors, and put simply, people who have been important figures in our respective tapestries. Jeff is without a doubt one of those people to me.”
“What you may not know is that I, like several others, had my own fall out with Jeff &Karen a couple of years ago. I could have writtem them off and enjoyed taking the moment in the spotlight as an F-U to them, and anyone else that has wronged me over the years. But that’s bad energy, and I made a choice to fosuc on good enery in the last year, which is absolutely lef me to that moment at ALL IN. I should point out that despite their intial hesitiation, Cody, Matt, and Nick also agreed to accommodate Jeff for this match as a symblic gesture that we don’t dwell on negativity and we don’t hang people out to dry forver just because they made a mistake or two. Three thumbs up. Thank you guys.”
“This was about giving a second chance to the man who gave me my first chance to be a champion. Thank you Jeff.”
This is a great way to bring as many people into the All In fold as possible. Hopefully, if All In carries on as a concept, it will provide even more moments like this to come.
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