Eddie Kingston debuted in AEW in 2020 and quickly became one of the most talked about stars on the roster. Despite initially being a heel, The Mad King became a fan favorite due to his various feuds and brutal matches that have captivated the fans. Now he is set to try his hand for Tony Khan’s other pro wrestling company.
Eddie Kingston hasn’t had the best time recently and has mostly appeared on Rampage and AEW Dark Elevation. In fact, Kingston has only had two televised matches on Dynamite in the last four months.
Recently, Eddie Kingston made the move from AEW to the newest edition of ROH TV. However, this move has left him with doubts as he worries about self-implosion.
Eddie Kingston took to Twitter to express his concerns, while also stating that he has been “turned on” by his closest friends. We’ll have to see how this turns out for King.
“Did I do the right thing leaving did I always do what I always do and self implode. Is ROH the right thing, time will tell. People are turning on me again. Munkey, Ruby, Penta Mox all have turned I must move forward,” tweeted Eddie Kingston.
Eddie Kingston debuted on the newest edition of ROH TV and confronted Claudio Castagnoli. The two men are expected to do battle at Supercard of Honor, but there is no official confirmation as of writing this article. Stay tuned to Ringside News as we bring you similar stories.
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