Eddie Kingston made his “exit” from AEW, and now he is a regular in ROH. That being said, you can never count out King from showing up, but he won’t do it for free.

On the June 14th episode of AEW Dynamite, Eddie Kingston made a triumphant return to AEW by storming into the arena and immediately targeting Claudio Castagnoli. Kingston had been sidelined due to a hernia injury and had temporarily “quit” AEW to become more involved with ROH TV.

AEW introduced its latest program, AEW Collision, on June 17. Unlike a strict roster split, Dynamite and Collision feature a fluid interchange of talent, allowing them to appear on both shows as needed.

During his appearance on What Happened When with Tony Schiavone and Conrad Thompson, Eddie Kingston was asked about his potential involvement in Collision.


“Kingston first made the “money sign” before saying, “”If you pay up, I’ll be there.”

“Whoever Tony (Khan) books me against, I don’t care, I don’t say no to the promoter. I do my job. Whatever he books me in, I do my f*cking job.”

We will have to see if AEW books Eddie Kingston on Collision. They might be able to use his star power on that show. After all, the company needs as much help as they can get to attract attention to Saturday nights.

What’s your take on Eddie Kingston working AEW Collision? Sound off in the comments!

Felix Upton

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