AEW Star On Potential Collision Appearance – “If You Pay Up, I’ll Be There”

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AEW’s first episode of Collision is being touted as a big success and is causing some of the company’s wrestler to consider making an appearance on the show in the future.

Collision was bookended by CM Punk’s highly-anticipated return to the company after being sidelined for several as a result of a major injury.

The show began with Punk cutting one of his trademark scathing promos and it ended with him wrestling his first match since September 2022. But Punk wasn’t the only star on Collision as the show also included such stars as FTR, Miro, Andrade El Idolo, Christian Cage and many more.

And since there doesn’t appear to be any hard brand extension or roster split in AEW, the invitation appears to be open for anyone interested to appear on Collision. That open nature spurred Eddie Kingston to comment on the possibility of him showing up on future episodes of Collision during a discussion on What Happened When with Tony Schiavone and Conrad Thompson.

“If you pay up, I’ll be there.

Whoever Tony (Khan) books me against, I don’t care, I don’t say no to the promoter. I do my job. Whatever he books me in, I do my f**king job.”

Eddie Kingston’s status in AEW appears to be uncertain at the moment; however, Kenny Omega noted that he was willing to “offer Kingston a home” in a recent promo.

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h/t Fightful for the transcription