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. Now it appears he cut a solid promo after AEW Dynamite concluded this week.

This week’s Dynamite saw the Blackpool Combat Club squaring off against The Elite in the main event. After The Elite won the match, Kenny Omega and Konosuke Takeshita had a scuffle in the ring.

However, Will Ospreay suddenly made his return and destroyed Kenny Omega as the show went off the air. After the show concluded, Omega still managed to cut a passionate promo.

The Best Bout Machine told Eddie Kingston he is welcome to join The Elite and fight the good fight against The Blackpool Combat Club. Omega noted that the next week of AEW shows were going to be big including next week’s Rampage, the upcoming pay-per-view, AEW x NJPW Forbidden Door as well as “a hot little number called Collision.”


CM Punk chants broke out as there were both cheers and boos. Omega encouraged that AEW was a place for everyone, people who love the Elite, people who are indifferent, and people who hate them and want to see them get beaten up. He further encouraged the fans to watch all of the shows.

Kenny Omega will be defending his US Title at the highly anticipated AEW x NJPW Forbidden Door event scheduled for June 25 against Will Osperay in a rematch from their Wrestle Kingdom encounter earlier this year. We’ll have to see whether Omega will defeat Ospreay for the second time this year.

What’s your view on what Kenny Omega said? Do you love to see him compete? Sound off in the comments!

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