Kenny Omega is considered one of the best professional wrestles on the planet right now, for numerous reasons. He has accomplished a lot in his pro wrestling career so far and that includes his current run in AEW. Omega is also currently feuding with The Blackpool Combat Club and it appears he cut a passionate promo after the cameras stopped rolling on Dynamite this week.

As seen in the main event of this week’s episode of AEW Dynamite, Kenny Omega and Konosuke Takeshita teamed up to take on The Butcher & The Blade. Unsurprisingly, Omega and Takeshita were victorious in the match.

However, The Jericho Appreciation Society attacked Kenny Omega and Konosuke Takeshita after the match. The show ended with Jon Moxley busting open the Japanese star with a screwdriver.

After AEW Dynamite went off the air, Kenny Omega cut a passionate promo, warning The Blackpool Combat Club of what’s to come in their feud. Omega and The Young Bucks then helped the Japanese star out of the ring.


“You’re really entertained, aren’t you? This is what you wanted, isn’t it? Get your pound of flesh, run away with your tail between your legs. How about we make a deal? Hey Tony, instead of letting the inmates run the asylum for a change, how about you lock these guys where they can’t run, where they can’t hide, and you take on me? You want to see how tough I can be? You think we’re just kids, huh? You think we can’t fight? You think we can just wrestle? I’ll show you. Hope you’re listening, Tony. This is far from over. You hear me? This is far from over. Moxley, no more running, no more hiding. No more. Goodbye, goodnight,

We will have to wait and see how AEW will continue to book The Elite and Blackpool Combat Club’s feud in the coming weeks. With Double Or Nothing fast approaching, it is likely a huge major will be booked for the two factions.

What’s your take on what Kenny Omega said? Are you enjoying The Elite and Blackpool Combat Club’s feud? Sound off in the comments!

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