Eddie Kingston is not the one to shy away from voicing his frustrations about the AEW management. The Mad King might just have bid adieu to the promotion following the events of AEW Dynamite this week.

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Eddie Kingston competed in the Face of the Revolution Ladder Match on the latest episode of Wednesday Night Dynamite. The match-up also featured Konosuke Takeshita, Ortiz, Action Andretti, Sammy Guevara, Powerhouse Hobbs, AR Fox, and Kommander.

Powerhouse Hobbs won the match after he unhooked the giant ring from the top of the ladder. The big man will take on the winner of the Revolution match between Samoa Joe and Wardlow for the TNT Championship next Wednesday on Dynamite.

Eddie Kingston was interviewed by Lexy Nair after his match on AEW Dynamite. Lexi asked what happened between him and Ortiz to which Kingston replied that he’s quitting the promotion. He then left the building.

“I quit AEW. Peace!”

It remains to be seen how Tony Khan will respond to Kingston’s shocking exit from AEW. Kingston had already challenged Claudio Castagnoli for the Ring of Honor World Championship during a recent ROH taping. So, this could very well be AEW’s way of writing him off of television.

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Manik Aftab

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