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Eddie Kingston rips into The Young Bucks ahead of tag title match

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AEW star Eddie Kingston recently spoke to Dominic DeAngelo of WrestleZone ahead of his AEW Tag Team Championship match against The Young Bucks on the AEW Dynamite: Road Rager event this week.

“They’re the best tag team in the world, the Young Bucks are and that’s proven by being the World Tag Team Champions. That’s it, it proves it” Eddie Kingston began, speaking on the tag champs.

“Have they done it not in their normal ’˜hooray’ way? No, my biggest problem with them is because they’re both children, childs, babies” Kingston continued, beginning to take the interview into a more kayfabe way.

“Not because of what they do in the ring and all that other stuff that people want to bash on them. It’s because ’˜being the EVP’ was too hard for them. That kind of annoys me, man” Eddie Kingston noted.

“People look up to them in the locker room and people look at them as the example of them doing it your way, you know what I mean?”


“And then they’re going to come out here and ’˜Oh, it’s too hard so we’re go start burying people’ and ’˜oh now we’re just gonna start acting like a**holes and Don Callis, and us and Kenny, we’re the original club, and Bullet’¦’ and I don’t even know any of that stuff” Kingston concluded.

Here’s the final card for AEW Dynamite Road Rager:

  • AEW World Tag Team Championship ’“ The Young Bucks (c) w/ Brandon Cutler vs Penta El Zero Miedo & Eddie Kingston w/ Alex Abrahantes
  • South Beach Strap Match ’“ Cody Rhodes vs QT Marshall
  • Andrade El Idolo vs Matt Sydal
  • Orange Cassidy & Kris Statlander vs The Blade & The Bunny
  • Inner Circle (Santana, Ortiz & Jake Hager) w/ Konnan vs Pinnacle (Dax Harwood, Cash Wheeler & Wardlow) w/ Tully Blanchard
  • Chris Jericho & MJF face to face standoff
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