Eddie Kingston wants fans to know that just because they like someone in All Elite Wrestling doesn’t mean he has to.
Kingston sparked some controversy this week when he called AEW World Champion a “piece of shit” and a “low life” during an appearance on WTF with Marc Maron. According to “The Mad King”, that interview didn’t go over well with AEW management.
In a series of tweets on February 8, Kingston explain why he doesn’t like some of the fans’ favorites in AEW. He also noted that AEW President Tony Khan protects certain “pillars” of the company before he stated that, at the end of the day, he just wants to fight and see fear in the eyes of the boss’s favorites.
“Please understand if anyone likes someone I don’t like that is fine. I have my reasons and there is a lot of backstage stuff on why I don’t like certain people. Again I’m not judging them, I just don’t want to be around them. But also I like to talk shit so maybe I can fight them in or out of the ring. Yes I am a emotional king (mad) so I am still learning how to deal with shit. But again when Tony is done protecting certain “pillars” let’s see if they are as great as he thinks. Again folks there is a lot of inside baseball you don’t need to know so just watch the shows and understand I truly and honestly will do whatever the f**k I want and force certain cowards in wrestling to make a move or get the f**k out the way. Again when they are done being protected. I stretch one “pillar” granted I lost (Surprising I know) but at this point in my career I just want to fight. F**a belt f**k a win I just want to see fear in the eyes of the boss favorites. And then smile back at the hotel room knowingly win or lose in the ring I mentally win. Yeah I can’t tweet for shit lolol some of it don’t make sense but it makes sense to me. Watch #AEWDynamite and #AEWRampage,” Eddie Kingston said in a series of tweets.
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