That explains it. The wrestling world has changed quite a bit in recent years as different companies have started to work together. While there would previously be occasional crossovers between promotions, it was rare to see one company working together with another. Now we are seeing it more frequently, which is what was on display this week in a big way.
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Ring Of Honor TV made its return this week with its first weekly show after being purchased by Tony Khan last year. At the end of the show, Eddie Kingston made his Ring Of Honor debut, challenging Claudio Castagnoli for the World Title. This comes a day after Kingston quit AEW following this week’s edition of Dynamite. There is no word on if Kingston will regularly appear on AEW TV going forward.
Welcome to the show. Check out Kingston quitting, debuting, and wrestling:
Opinion: This is at least a nice explanation for what happened and everything is cleared up rather quickly. It is good to have Kingston on one of the shows rather than sitting on the sidelines and maybe he can even succeed in Ring Of Honor. The new show is going to need something to give them a spark and Kingston showing up to end the show can be one of those things.
What do you think of Kingston’s debut? How will he do in his new home? Let us know in the comments below.
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