Eddie Kingston and AEW Cohorts Forge a Unique Path Beyond the C2 Arena

Eddie Kingston and AEW Cohorts Forge a Unique Path Beyond the C2 Arena

Eddie Kingston expressed his gratitude for certain AEW stars not participating in the inaugural Continental Classic tournament. As the tournament concludes at the upcoming AEW Worlds End pay-per-view, with Jon Moxley facing Eddie Kingston in the final, Kingston acknowledged the challenges he faced on his journey.

In a recent interview with Battleground Podcast, Kingston discussed his initial struggles in the tournament, having started 0-2 with losses to Bryan Danielson and Brody King. Despite the tough road, he highlighted that it could have been even more challenging if certain formidable opponents had been part of the competition.

Specifically, Kingston mentioned his relief that formidable competitors like Will Hobbs and Takeshita were not in the Continental Classic. He referred to Will Hobbs as a formidable force and expressed gratitude for not having to face Takeshita again, recalling their intense encounter in a past match. Despite the ongoing challenges from the current participants, Kingston emphasized his readiness to face anyone standing across the ring from him.

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