Orange Cassidy has worked hard to establish himself as one of the most beloved stars in all of AEW. Fans appreciate the commitment to his character and the way he continues to pursue it. However, Orange Cassidy recently revealed what he dislikes about AEW’s expanding roster.
AEW All-Atlantic Champion Orange Cassidy has discussed what he dislikes about the influx of talent joining the club as AEW CEO Tony Khan continues to grow his roster.
“A lot more people on the roster, a lot more people I have to fight. I liked it better when there weren’t as many people for me to fight. But now that I have to fight all these new people, it’s tiring.”
Tony Khan has acquired talents like Claudio Castagnoli, Rush, Toni Storm, the interim AEW Women’s World Champion, Brody King, Swerve Strickland, Keith Lee, and Danhausen. With the recent additions of Saraya, Madison Rayne, and Willow Nightingale, Khan strengthened AEW’s women’s section.
Having started his professional wrestling career in June 2004, Cassidy made his debut for All Elite Wrestling at the promotion’s Double or Nothing event. At the aforementioned pay-per-view, Cassidy took part in the Casino Battle Royale, where he lost to Tommy Dreamer.
Obviously, things are doing well for Freshly Squeezed now. He eventually won his first AEW championship by defeating PAC for the AEW All-Atlantic Championship on the October 12th episode of AEW Dynamite in Toronto. For further updates, stay tuned to Ringside News.
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