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Kenny Omega takes a dig at Triple H’s ‘reign of terror’ on WWE RAW

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AEW Champion Kenny Omega recently showed off a new look on last week’s edition of AEW Dynamite. The heel Champion appeared with facial hair that caused a stir with both the commentary booth and the fans online.

Many fans quickly jumped to the conclusion that Kenny Omega was mimicking Triple H‘s old look from his mid-2000s Reign of Terror days, however Omega would reveal that his new look is more of a homage to Harley Race.

A fan asked on Twitter if Race was the influence, and Omega confirmed it in a reply. “Ding ding ding! Tbh, HHH never crossed my mind. Totally forgot about that phase in his career.”

Kenny Omega on Triple H

Clearly, Omega was taking a dig at the former World Heavyweight Champion, as many believe that the Triple H on RAW Reign of Terror was one of the worst stretches in the show’s history.

So obviously Omega, being a massive wrestling fan himself, would know about this era and once again it’s a case of an AEW talent ribbing ‘The Game.’

AEW will be presenting their Road Rager episode of Dynamite this week from Miami, Florida. Here’s the full confirmed card for the show:

  • 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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