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AEW star would return to Ring of Honor to ‘help out’ Homicide

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AEW star and longtime friend of wrestling legend Homicide, Eddie Kingston, recently appeared on a Pro Wrestling Junkies Q&A.

Kingston answered a number of questions on the show, including those surrounding Homicide and the Ring of Honor promotion where he currently works.

“Me and Homicide got to Ring of Honor, they asked us what we wanted to do and of course, we have the same attitude and if we’re going to do something, it might as well be for a championship or getting a title shot” Eddie Kingston began.

“We didn’t get along with Bobby and Kyle, surprise, we don’t get along with other people” Kingston continued, referring to now NXT Superstars Bobby Fish and Kyle O’Reilly. “They know that and they don’t like us either.”

“God bless them, I’m happy for both of them and don’t want to knock anybody’s hustle. Competition is competition. We had the match, it was fun. I didn’t like it and then we got suspended” Kingston noted.

“What happened was, we went through the audience like we were supposed to and a couple of audience members decided to throw beer on us. We should have kept our cool and been more professional, I won’t say that we were innocent.”

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Despite this issue, Eddie Kingston said that he would return to ROH specifically to help out Homicide, referring to the ongoing ‘Forbidden Door’ concept that has seen many different promotions working together.

“I have nothing but love for Ring of Honor. When I broke in, it was the place to be. I’m happy for them now. Homicide is back there. It’s all about a forbidden door, if I could, I would go back over there and help Homicide out” Kingston concluded.

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