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WWE Superstar reacts to getting chants at AEW event

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In an unexpected turn of events, WWE superstar LA Knight found himself the subject of chants at an AEW Dynamite Blood & Guts event.

The incident occurred on Wednesday, July 19th, when fans outside the TD Garden in Boston, Massachusetts, began chanting for LA Knight, a wrestler not even part of the AEW roster.

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LA Knight: The Chant That Echoed ‘Across the Arena’

A video surfaced online showing a fan asking the crowd whose game it was, to which the crowd responded with a resounding ‘LA Knight yeah!’

This spontaneous show of support for the WWE star was surprising, given the event was for AEW, a rival wrestling promotion.

The video’s caption noted that LA Knight’s popularity was so high that he was getting chants even at AEW events.

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LA Knight’s Reaction to the Unexpected Chants

LA Knight, who has seen a significant rise in popularity since his main roster debut last year, shared the video on his Instagram story, acknowledging the unexpected show of support.

Fans have been vocal in their support for Knight, with many calling for him to win the Money in the Bank ladder match on July 1. However, this did not come to fruition, with Damian Priest claiming the briefcase instead.

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The #YEAHMovement Gains Momentum

The incident at the AEW event has only served to fuel the ‘#YEAHMovement’ surrounding LA Knight. The WWE star’s popularity continues to grow, and the chants at the AEW event are a testament to his wide-reaching appeal.

The unexpected chants have sparked discussions about Knight’s potential in the wrestling world, with many speculating about his future in WWE.

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