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Kenny Omega has no chill when ripping into former WCW star

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In a recent and heated exchange, Kenny Omega, a prominent figure in the wrestling world, has once again lambasted Disco Inferno for his lack of insight into contemporary wrestling.

This altercation echoes a similar incident five years ago involving Cody Rhodes, another member of The Elite, and the former WCW star Disco Inferno’‹.

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Kenny Omega on Disco Inferno

The recent spat ignited on Monday when Disco Inferno criticized a clip of a STARDOM match featuring AZM and Hazuki, tagging Omega in his critique.

Omega, although not swift to respond, did not hold back in his reply to Disco’s ignorance. He retorted, “I knew that years of huffing Big Show’s farts left you a bit slow, but how do you explain the ignorance?”’‹

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AZM’s Rising Stardom

The subject of Disco’s ill-informed critique, AZM, is a rising star in the wrestling world. Over the past few years, the 20-year-old has made a name for herself in the High Speed division of STARDOM, known for its fast-paced and high-flying bouts.

AZM is a two-time High Speed Champion, her most recent reign, ended by Saki Kashima, being the third-longest in the title’s history. The young wrestler has also set a record with her 12 successful title defenses’‹1’‹.

Additionally, AZM gained notoriety when she, along with Hazuki, recently challenged Mercedes Mone for the IWGP Women’s Title at Sakura Genesis. Her prowess and skill have not only won her accolades but also the attention of wrestling fans and critics worldwide’‹.

Omega’s Upcoming Challenges

With his rebuttal to Disco Inferno now behind him, Omega’s focus is likely to shift towards other pressing matters. He is set to defend his IWGP US Title against Will Ospreay at the AEWxNJPW Forbidden Door event. Concurrently, Omega is dealing with ongoing issues involving the Blackpool Combat Club, Don Callis, and Konosuke Takeshita. These issues have compelled Omega to leave the US, albeit not for Canada, two weeks ago’‹.

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